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It should work. 2G and 3G are instrument functions. Any network that has 3G spectrum will also support 2g for people like you. The service provider can not discriminate against you for not using the higher service. With 3g they have to provide 2G as well.
It can only be confirmed by the dealer you want to buy from.
The particular model of Asus is apparently pre-loaded with Xandros Linux operating system.
It appears that you are not familiar with Linux and hence the apprehension and feeling that a shift to XP would be easier.
Why not give Linux a try ? There are a good many websites out there which go through the basics of using a Linux PC. Try them out, by spending some time in learning - you will get far more satisfaction and become more productive in using your laptop.
Some websites which might be of assistance to you are listed below:-
Check the wireless card connections physically. I received a Aspire one that had a wire disconnected from the card itself. if that is in tack find out what driver you are using for your card using "lsmod" see if there are alternatives. Try a live boot USB linux and see if your wireless card functions under that if it doesn't it is hardware if it does it is software. I would switch to another linux like sabayon or ubuntu eeepc versions they function better. I run Sabayon on both of my netbooks. Ubuntu ha sbetter support though.