Question about Phones
Some of the phone do not work on other bands(frequency range)
find out the frequency band on which your particular handset works on and compare(with the help of the network operator) if it may work.
your phone normally works on the 300/1800/1900 bands and if any network uses less then you might not be able to use it.
on the other hand if it was bought from a network provider in that case it's locked to the sim card then you will need to unlock it first.
maybe i would be able to help you there by givig you guide line to how you should go about it.
just let me know
Posted on May 13, 2008
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