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Topic # 185414 21-Nov-2015 20:54
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Hi

My wife wants a Moto X Style, but as they sont currently sell them in NZ i was wanting to know if anyone would be able to help me work out if this would work on Sparks network (4G and 3G both in Cities and Rural). She currently has a UK phone which doesnt always work outside of the main centres on Spark.

The frequencies are listed in the link.


http://www.expansys.co.nz/motorola-moto-x-style-xt1572-unlocked-32gb-white-284814/


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  Reply # 1432614 22-Nov-2015 12:18
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According to the link Above that you posted 

Network: 4G: LTE Band 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/20/25/28/40 / 3G: 800/850/900/1700/1900/2100 MHz /

Spark uses LTE bands 3 and 28   and 3G bands 850 and 2100.  So it will work on any NZ network..




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