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    Hey Everyone,
    new here and after a good look around this site i am officially in love with this phone!! But coz i live in the rip off republic of ireland il prob be charged an arm and a leg for it. So im hoping tomorrow there'l be enough news on this site to make me empty my wallet without regretting it ha

    Looking forward to getting involved with this community

    Laters!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by apope View Post
    Hey Everyone,
    new here and after a good look around this site i am officially in love with this phone!! But coz i live in the rip off republic of ireland il prob be charged an arm and a leg for it. So im hoping tomorrow there'l be enough news on this site to make me empty my wallet without regretting it ha

    Looking forward to getting involved with this community

    Laters!!!
    Welcome to the site. What carrier do you have in Ireland? Do they use the same frequencies as T-Mobile?

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    Welcome to the forums!
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    I have no idea of the frequencies used. Im on a carrier called meteor, but we have vodafone, o2, three and a few small companies like tesco! I think its the same frequencies as all the other european lads have said UMTS 2100. Any word if that frequency will be supported?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xPatriicK View Post
    Welcome to the forums!
    Thanks for the welcome buddy

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    No UMTS 1200 currently, it supports UMTS/HSUPA on 850/1,700/1,900 frequencies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    No UMTS 1200 currently, it supports UMTS/HSUPA on 850/1,700/1,900 frequencies.
    well hopefully we'll hear something tomorrow about a european model

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    No UMTS 1200 currently, it supports UMTS/HSUPA on 850/1,700/1,900 frequencies.
    well hopefully we'll hear something tomorrow about a european model
    They will likely release a second version for the AT&T network and I believe that will probably fix you right up.

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