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The 2100 MHz part is (I believe) the only bit that's important, as 900 MHz is most likely for compatibility with N America - in the Uk Voda and O2 use 900, from memory, but for voice not internet.Out of interest, why do you hate the Blade and Europa ? I have both phones... and am just about to take a Europa (in a protective rubber cover) off to the gym so I can listen to some music while I'm there...
Just put the 3 sim card in and see what happens. Won't do any harm.
They said it may or it may not.!!!The phone is a chinese clone (!) So no real experience to call on. The supplier has sent this as the network specs:3G Network WCDMA:2100/850 (HSDPA)My ZTE Blade and my samsung europa (both hated by me) are 900/2100 HSDPA spec and work fine with my 3 sim card. Dare I risk it?I have 6 months left on my contract so would prefer not to have to get a different sim or send the phone back.
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