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Topic # 145499 20-May-2014 01:55
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Hi, does anyone know that if need to change the SIM card for 2 degree 4G?

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  Reply # 1048503 20-May-2014 06:44
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No SIM change will be required when we launch later this year.




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  Reply # 1048507 20-May-2014 06:51

Wonder why the rest needed a swap.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1048518 20-May-2014 07:15
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SaltyNZ: No SIM change will be required when we launch later this year.

Any plans to join Telecom and have an LTE 700 site live at Fieldays?





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  Reply # 1048519 20-May-2014 07:16
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SteveON: Wonder why the rest needed a swap.


Vodafone didn't.




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  Reply # 1048560 20-May-2014 09:20
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telecom need to change to get 4G. vodafone looks like depend on what the sim card version is. so want to find out.

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  Reply # 1048563 20-May-2014 09:28
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Vodafone doesn't need a new SIM. You can be using an old SIM and it will still work.




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