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Old February 24th, 2011, 03:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Canada: Desire HD on Bell network?

I want to buy the Desire HD on Telus but I'm with Bell. If I unlock the phone, will the phone work on Bell's network (both calls + 3G data)?

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yep it will. They call Telus and Bell "Bellus", cuz they are owned by the same people and run WCDMA
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yep it will. They call Telus and Bell "Bellus", cuz they are owned by the same people
Um, no. Bell is owned by Montreal based BCE Inc. Telus is based in BC. They are both listed on the TSX, but there is no legal relationship between them.

They do however share the same 3G network, but that's got nothing to do with who owns their respective companies.

[edit] nm, just noticed this thread is three months old.
 
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