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Topic # 111885 18-Nov-2012 20:05
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I'm looking at buying a Samsung Galaxy s2, and see that The Warehouse have them for $499, but with telecom.  I'm assuming I can just put my 2 degrees SIM into it and it will work?

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  Reply # 719192 18-Nov-2012 21:25
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It should work fine. I have an XT sim in a 2 degrees Galaxy S3

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  Reply # 719195 18-Nov-2012 21:31
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I *think* the S2 supports both 850 and 900 MHz so it'll work with both networks.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 719196 18-Nov-2012 21:32
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yes



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  Reply # 719199 18-Nov-2012 21:38
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Thank you so much all :-)




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  Reply # 719201 18-Nov-2012 21:43
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Yes I have a telecom s2 working on 2 degrees no problem brought it because I got a free TV



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  Reply # 719211 18-Nov-2012 22:19
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  Reply # 719212 18-Nov-2012 22:26
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Come to think of it, is there a Fast Dormancy issue with this phone?

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  Reply # 719243 19-Nov-2012 01:19
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Dial *#9900# set the fast dormancy to ON







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  Reply # 719245 19-Nov-2012 01:55
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Behodar: Come to think of it, is there a Fast Dormancy issue with this phone?


What is that?




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  Reply # 719246 19-Nov-2012 03:11
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something to do with the battery life, i think.





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  Reply # 719247 19-Nov-2012 05:43
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Fast Dormancy is what happens when someone mentions anything to do with Twilight to me.

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