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Topic # 242166 14-Oct-2018 12:18
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Does the 2degrees version of the Samsung J2 Pro support B28 / 700Mhz?

 

 

 

Because depending on where I look, the Vodafone version does or doesn't. I contacted Vodafone and they said not (and offered me a handset at $449) Whereas 2degrees handsets are fairly consistantly listed as including this.

 

 

 

I contacted The Warehouse and the model codes are the same.

 

 

 

Can someone shed some light on the situation please?

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2107651 14-Oct-2018 12:53
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IIRC the only difference between the handsets is the firmware w/ support for WiFi Calling.

 

@2degreesCare can likely comment further after the weekend.







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  Reply # 2108042 15-Oct-2018 11:38
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No response (no surprises there...)

 

I will ask Vodafone again.


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Reply # 2108065 15-Oct-2018 11:53
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MichaelNZ:

 

No response (no surprises there...)

 

 

@MichaelNZ What does this comment mean? The answer is on the VodafoneNZ site

 

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