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  Reply # 1408738 18-Oct-2015 18:30
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user Logo was first to reply so sold to him at this stage.

Thanks for the offers everyone else.

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  Reply # 1409770 20-Oct-2015 12:50
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got myself one since my nexus 4's touchscreen died.

I have to set apn to internet before I got connection on my 2degree sim

otherwise everything feels great!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1429845 17-Nov-2015 18:20
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I was thinking of getting one of these for my wife, at the moment she has my old Galaxy S2 which is still working well.  would like to update to a newer phone we aren't heavy users just seem to txt mostly.  We are both with Skinny and that's the only doubt as the won't work on the Skinny network other wise would have bought it before.
Or do I wait and see if another one comes along with the same specs that would work with Skinny, as we have found them alright to date and suits us you do get some freebies thrown in now and then!

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  Reply # 1429851 17-Nov-2015 18:32
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Won't work on Skinny as Skinny is Spark based...




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  Reply # 1429957 17-Nov-2015 20:53
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$245 at Noel Leeming currently

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  Reply # 1430010 17-Nov-2015 21:49
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The smart prime will work on Skinny/Spark if you unlock it. It's a lot cheaper and seems to work adequately.

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  Reply # 1430020 17-Nov-2015 22:01
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1eStar: The smart prime will work on Skinny/Spark if you unlock it. It's a lot cheaper and seems to work adequately.


Doesn't the Smart Prime have the same issue as the Ultra, aka no Band 28 support therefore not usable on Spark/Skinny 4G? Both work fine for 3G, just not 4G.





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  Reply # 1430040 17-Nov-2015 23:10
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Both Spark, Vodafone and 2 Degrees have 4G on Band 3 1800Mhz.  Spark also has some band 7 2600Mhz in urban area.  Not that many phones have band 28 700Mhz still, for most people it should not be an important factor in deciding which phone to get.



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  Reply # 1430041 17-Nov-2015 23:12
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4G isn't the issue - Smart ultra does not support the 850MHz 3G band required for service on Spark/Skinny, so is not suitable for use on that network.




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  Reply # 1430093 18-Nov-2015 06:06
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I have dropped this phone so many times at work countless times from 4-6ft drops by accident and not on scratch on the screen.

Really am surprised, the corners of the phone tho :D

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  Reply # 1430144 18-Nov-2015 08:47
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jonb: $245 at Noel Leeming currently


So, even cheaper at warehouse stationary with their pricematch -5%. Still, no semble support though...

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  Reply # 1430342 18-Nov-2015 13:29
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Hi,

Is the Noel Leeming version only 64gb expandable memory and the Warehouse stationary 128gb?

I thought there was only one version of the smart ultra.... with 128gb expandable.

Thanks

Bryan

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  Reply # 1430563 18-Nov-2015 18:10
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Usually if you format your external SD to fat32 you can put whatever size card you want in.

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  Reply # 1431853 20-Nov-2015 17:04
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I am just wondering if there is a difference between the smart ultra sold at Noel Leeming and the one warehouse stationary sell.

They are trying to get out of the guarantee by saying that the one I brought from them will accept a 128gb SD card while the one at Noel Leeming only accepts a 64gb.

I was unaware of to different specifications of this model.

Does anybody have any ideas?

Thanks



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  Reply # 1431860 20-Nov-2015 17:21
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theaffman: I am just wondering if there is a difference between the smart ultra sold at Noel Leeming and the one warehouse stationary sell.

They are trying to get out of the guarantee by saying that the one I brought from them will accept a 128gb SD card while the one at Noel Leeming only accepts a 64gb.

I was unaware of to different specifications of this model.

Does anybody have any ideas?

Thanks


There is absolutely no difference, Smart ultra comes in a single global SKU, and it says 128GB Micro SD support on the back of the box IIRC.




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