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Even if the phone is unlocked it might not work on the Philippines network. The Japanese Softbank 911T is manufactured by Toshiba and uses 3G WCDMA 2100MHz. China uses 3G TD-SCDMA. China Unicom is going WCDMA as well soon. Enquire at your service provider, if it can be made to work, they will do it. I don't really know about the Philippines. Great phone though.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
Ei i have sulotion for that.. i used to have the same problem when my friend send me this kind of phone..
what i did is, i bought a x-sim and just follow the instructions on how to put ur sim card either globe smart, sun etc..
for more info u can txt me ^^ or email my friend..
im using 911t for 6 months.. ^^ here in phils..
njoy.. gud luckk..
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
Guys i have a news im using a softbank toshiba 911t here in philippines all i need to do is buy a hpersim at ebay for about 1,500pesos including shipping im using a smart sim and the phone works fine. me and my friends are using this kind of cellphone from japan but i have a problem my father send a iphone 3g but the hypersim for the first iphone isnt working
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
Who knows what website i can download
softbank 911t software for windows vista
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
Posted on Mar 03, 2011
911T can be used in the Philippines if you use SIM hacking like the i-smartphone 2008. This is much cheaper that INEX-SIM from Taiwan, although it is from China but this has been improved better that INEX -SIm from Taiwan. If the sim hacking is used it will work with 3G service in Philippines i.e. GLobe and Smart (use 2100Mhz 3G).. I I I have one and tested woking 100% for calls (in/out) and SMS (in/out) in 3G. sim-hacking mentioned above works also if you are in roaming condition (if 3G 21ooMhz service is available)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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