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Topic # 190924 16-Jan-2016 15:47
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Sorry need really quick advice as friend is hellbent on buying a new budget phone immediately so I don't have too much time to research - will Moto E ( work on skinny and does anyone know of any better deals than that for an immediate purchase.  Just trying to save someone from buying another super crappy budget phone....

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  Reply # 1472685 16-Jan-2016 16:03
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Specs page at that link states that this is an "Open Network Mobile Phones" Product Type - so should work on both Spark/Skinny and Vodafone/2Degrees networks.


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  Reply # 1472764 16-Jan-2016 18:19
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Good save! : ).

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