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Topic # 52554 4-Dec-2009 10:53
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Hi all, is this model going to give me the most out of 2 Degrees? Bit confused on the specs as GSMarena has these specs





2G Network
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900


3G Network
UMTS 900 / 2100




and this on the DSE site



  • GPRS  Yes 

  • EDGE  Yes 

  • HSCSD  Yes 

  • GSM 900  Yes 

  • GSM 1800  Yes 

  • GSM 1900  Yes 

  • GSM 850  Yes 


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  Reply # 279249 4-Dec-2009 10:55
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Will be fine on 2D

John



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  Reply # 279251 4-Dec-2009 11:00
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So when they enable 3G it'll be ok for that as well?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 279254 4-Dec-2009 11:05
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DoggNZ: So when they enable 3G it'll be ok for that as well?


For sure

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  Reply # 279259 4-Dec-2009 11:14
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See below for the information we found at: http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices/2730_classic/
Frequency Bands GSM 1800
GSM 1900
GSM 850
GSM 900
WCDMA 1900
WCDMA 2100
WCDMA 850
WCDMA 900

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  Reply # 279263 4-Dec-2009 11:18
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Don't you mean WCDMA 2100 required for 3G? Which the phone does support!

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  Reply # 279268 4-Dec-2009 11:36
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Indeed - misreading for CDMA. Friday-itus




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