Question about HTC Touch Dual Slider Smartphone
The carriers who use non sim phones for their network are most likely to use a CDMA 450Mhz Network. Most phones with a sim slot will work on GSM 900-1800-1900 Mhz bands, with their subdivisions (like 850-950 domain, 1800-1850). A phone with a sim card uses a RF module tuned on a specific range of frequencies. The major ones are GSM, CDMA and UMTS (HSDPA included). There are phones with support for GSM + UMTS - most 3g phones available on marked. In your case, a GSM HTC touch Dual will work on gsm networks. For verizon or other cdma networks, HTC produces a CDMA version of the Touch Dual. If you have the gsm version (the one that needs a sim) you should use it on gsm carriers.
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Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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