Android Magic(G2) Unlocked


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    ian_maham New Member This Topic's Starter

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    So how long do you think it will take to get the magic in the US. Unlocked of course, but standard would be really nice :D. I believe that the Vodaphone network is that of a GSM network, and if that's so, it can be unlocked and would be compatible with other networks........ such as T-Mobile! Whatcha think?
     

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  2. ravens0ng

    ravens0ng Well-Known Member

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    T-mobile uses a different type of 3g, so you would be connecting for data via Edge or wifi.
     
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    ian_maham New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I live in Illinois. We dont know really know what 3g is. i kind of tasted it once when i went up to chicago. Sh*t....from looking at tmobiles coverage locator on their website, only oakland and northern flordia can recieve tmobiles 3g service. Please somone, correct me if im wrong.
     
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    ravens0ng Well-Known Member

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    That's not correct. They started in NYC and I think they are in 30 some markets now. I am in the Boca/Ft Lauderdale area and have pretty good 3g coverage. Someone posted an interview with a t-mo bigwig the other day, and in it he implied that T-mo would be in most major markets by years end. He did not give specifics for any cities though.
     
  5. kabbie_mcfeely

    kabbie_mcfeely Well-Known Member

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    The Minneapolis / St Paul metro area has great 3G coverage.
     
  6. SK.

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    Vodafone not vodaphone (sorry pedantic I know) uses


    Technology: GSM 900/1800 in the UK/ Europe and obviously UMTS (3G) networks
     

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