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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can help you to use your W52S full features for free.
However, if you want Music or Video, you'll need to buy them.
The price is about $2 per song and $5 per clip.
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Posted on May 05, 2010
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Posted on Jul 14, 2010
Yes, your phone will work in the Philippines. The Xperia X10 is a quad-band phone, meaning it supports GSM 850/900/1800/1900 frequency bands.
For 3G broadband (call/data) use, the phone supports HSDPA 900/1700/2100 bands (the US version is slightly different with 850/1900/2100/800). This again means you'll be able to make calls in most countries in the world, including the Philippines, as well as stream data on a broadband mobile network (internet, data calls etc).
"Unlocked" simply means that you as a consumer are able to choose the network provider in your country (comparing rates and offers), as opposed to, let's say the U.S., where majority of phones are bought through the mobile provider and locked to their specific network (so a Nokia phone bought for AT&T would not work on Verizon's or Sprint's network).
When shopping for a phone, you end up paying more out-of-pocket at purchase time for an unlocked one, as the phone is not subsidized by the network provider. On the other hand you may be able to save in the long run since you are not tied to a long term contract with a mobile provider.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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