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Topic # 89938 12-Sep-2011 09:26
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I have a slightly older than 2 years Treo Pro (contract ran out 6 weeks ago).  The phones had a screen protector and been in a silicon case since the day I bought it. Slight cosmetic cracking at the top of the phone from the battery door removal.  Comes with a charger, USB cable, 8GB Kingston MicroSD Card, silicon casing.  Has been reflashed to Windows Mobile 6.5.  Have the original box somewhere as well - dont have the original headphones though.

Would prefer pickup from Glen Eden, Auckland but am able to ship at buyers cost. 

Price wise Im after $150 for the lot. 

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  Reply # 520035 12-Sep-2011 15:48
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Im guessing the WCDMA one - for their new network. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 520733 14-Sep-2011 00:10
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Sorry but you have to get more information. The Treo Pro was CDMA only, the Treo 750 was WCDMA.

If you are not sure I will have to remove the listing because we don't want people buying things here that may not work for them.





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  Reply # 520738 14-Sep-2011 01:14
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I did not think the Treo Pro was only CDMA?  I have a Treo Pro sitting in front of me that is WCDMA 850 (XT Network).. A lot like this..

http://www.hpwebos.com/nz/products/smartphones/treopro/specs.html

http://www.telecom.co.nz/documents/palm_treo_pro.pdf


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  Reply # 520741 14-Sep-2011 02:06
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one of my guys runs a treo pro on vodafone, so there must be a 900/2100 version too..




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  Reply # 520754 14-Sep-2011 07:11
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freitasm: Sorry but you have to get more information. The Treo Pro was CDMA only, the Treo 750 was WCDMA.

If you are not sure I will have to remove the listing because we don't want people buying things here that may not work for them.



other way round I think.  The pro was on Xt (one of the launch handsets)
the 750 was on CDMA  (the 750v IIRC)


to the OP - if you are not sure there is one surefire way to check - does it have a simcard in it? if it does, then it is WCDMA, if not then it is CDMA  (there was never a worldmode Treo)

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  Reply # 520766 14-Sep-2011 08:26
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There appears to be a Treo Pro WCDMA version.

In regards to the 750 (and the 750v, its Vodafone version) was certainly a WCDMA version. It was also the first handset to actually support 850 MHz WCDMA so all Treo 750v actually work on Telecom XT. And what's more, the hardware even supported HSDPA, and a patch came out to enable it...






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  Reply # 520771 14-Sep-2011 08:51
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Yes it takes a simcard. Was purchased for the XT network a little while after it first came out. Phone still works fine - Ive moved to 2degrees though.

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  Reply # 520775 14-Sep-2011 09:04
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Palm Treo Pro is actually XT and Vodafone 3G friendly.




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  Reply # 521067 14-Sep-2011 17:02
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my 750V worked better on XT than it did on vodafone.... it has wcdma 850. it doesnt have wcdma 900 for the extended 3g on voda though




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