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What's the difference between quad band and tri band?

I'm planing of buying a new nokea cell. i'm not sure what to get, either nokea 6300 witch is a triband or another koea product witch is quad band.

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Re: what's the difference between quad band and tri band?

Triband means that you can access your phone through GPRS/WAP/3G, for quad band, I don't know the fourth part but it has far greater capabilities than a triband phone. Or better yet, you can ask the store from where you are going to buy the phone it differences. Hope it helps.

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