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MH z What is the MHz of a LG VX600? I live in a remote area and am looking to boost the signal. One company says the repeater kit works on all 800 MHz cell phones.Thanks Mike

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1.9GHz for the PCS Data communications and the 800MHz Band for CDMA Voice Communications. It's likely the 800MHz repeater will function for this phone, provided it is intended as a mobile phone repeater. The data functionality (web, email, mms, etc.) may be limited still, but my guess is that if you are in an area that requires a repeater, you may have limited or no PCS data service anyhow.

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