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Topic # 147356 17-Jun-2014 01:43
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It's sold by Telecom, but I'd like to use it on 2 degrees.  Both as a phone and using the Internet.  

http://www.lg.com/nz/mobile-phones/lg-Optimus-L9-P768N

 

     

  • GSM 850/900/1800/1900
  • UMTS 850/900/1900/2100/GPRS Class 12/EDGE Class 12/HSDPA Speed 21.1 Mbps
Thanks for any answers.

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  Reply # 1067222 17-Jun-2014 01:59
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Based on that technical specifications, YES!





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  Reply # 1067281 17-Jun-2014 10:23
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Yes it will.  Just in case you need help with Android settings

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  Reply # 1067292 17-Jun-2014 10:43
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my son has one and uses 2 degrees , nice phone for the price

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