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Topic # 64773 22-Jul-2010 14:19
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Hey all, sorry to sound like an idiot but im not good at searching my own info on these sorts of things...

Looking to order an HTC Desire A8181 online, and curious if it runs with telecom XT.

Read up on frequencys and from what i understand, it doesnt.
Lookin for a little more insight.

Thanks :)

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  Reply # 354929 22-Jul-2010 14:41
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You want the Telstra NextG Desire from Mobicity. :)

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  Reply # 354984 22-Jul-2010 16:05
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kyhwana2: You want the Telstra NextG Desire from Mobicity. :)


Which, incidentally, is the A8183 (850/2100) - as opposed to the A8181 (with 900/2100)

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  Reply # 355141 22-Jul-2010 22:14
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Smilefreak: Hey all, sorry to sound like an idiot but im not good at searching my own info on these sorts of things...

Looking to order an HTC Desire A8181 online, and curious if it runs with telecom XT.

Read up on frequencys and from what i understand, it doesnt.
Lookin for a little more insight.

Thanks :)


A mate at work got a Desire in Australia from Telstra. Perfect fit for Telecom XT.

Also comes with about 12 apps that relate to Telstra....but you can't get rid of them unless you root your phone.

He really wants to get rid of them as they are useless in NZ.

But the phone works great on T-XT.   




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