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  1. #1
    Normal User
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    Interested in a newer used tri-band phone.
    If anybody has anything please reply to e-mail.
    In the Toronto area please.
    Thanks.





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  2. #2
    Paul Fedorenko
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    Re: Wanted Tri Band phone.


    "Normal User" <quan(poop)elite(goaway)@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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    > Interested in a newer used tri-band phone.
    > If anybody has anything please reply to e-mail.
    > In the Toronto area please.


    Got a Motorola P280 that I no longer need on account of having an Ericsson
    T68i. It works, and is in pretty good condition. I'm pretty sure it's
    tri-band, but it could be 800/1900. Point is, it'll definitely work in
    Europe. It's locked to Fido, but if that's nor a problem, post here and
    we'll see what we can do.





  3. #3
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    Re: Wanted Tri Band phone.

    > "Normal User" <quan(poop)elite(goaway)@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Interested in a newer used tri-band phone.
    > > If anybody has anything please reply to e-mail.
    > > In the Toronto area please.

    >
    > Got a Motorola P280 that I no longer need on account of having an Ericsson
    > T68i. It works, and is in pretty good condition. I'm pretty sure it's
    > tri-band, but it could be 800/1900. Point is, it'll definitely work in
    > Europe. It's locked to Fido, but if that's nor a problem, post here and
    > we'll see what we can do.


    The P280 is one the best RF performing handsets ever released for GSM. It
    doesn't support 850, but it is a tri-band handset. Check
    http://www.arcx.com/sites/Motorola280.htm for a review. Not the newest
    handset, but it's pretty good, at the right price.





  4. #4
    Paul Fedorenko
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    Re: Wanted Tri Band phone.

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:%[email protected]
    >> tri-band, but it could be 800/1900. Point is, it'll definitely work in
    >> Europe. It's locked to Fido, but if that's nor a problem, post here and

    >
    > The P280 is one the best RF performing handsets ever released for GSM. It
    > doesn't support 850, but it is a tri-band handset. Check


    Sorry... Meant 900/1900, as opposed to 800. Moot point, since it's a
    tri-band world phone as you said. 900/1800/1900 MHz, so it'll work pretty
    much everywhere except on those new-fangled 850 MHz networks that seem to be
    popping up everywhere.





  5. #5
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    Re: Wanted Tri Band phone.

    > >> tri-band, but it could be 800/1900. Point is, it'll definitely work in
    > >> Europe. It's locked to Fido, but if that's nor a problem, post here

    and
    > >
    > > The P280 is one the best RF performing handsets ever released for GSM.

    It
    > > doesn't support 850, but it is a tri-band handset. Check

    >
    > Sorry... Meant 900/1900, as opposed to 800. Moot point, since it's a
    > tri-band world phone as you said. 900/1800/1900 MHz, so it'll work pretty
    > much everywhere except on those new-fangled 850 MHz networks that seem to

    be
    > popping up everywhere.


    It may not be a commonly known fact, but anywhere that you find 850 being
    broadcast (on the Rogers network) you will also find (or will soon find)
    1900 as well. So.. 850 and 1900 (in Canada) will have the same coverage.





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    Re: Wanted Tri Band phone.

    U¿ytkownik Normal User napisa³:

    > Interested in a newer used tri-band phone.
    > If anybody has anything please reply to e-mail.
    > In the Toronto area please.
    > Thanks.
    >
    >

    If you want triband phone... go to shop. In this method you would'nt get
    a good phone... But if you must do it this way, I have one... In Warsaw,
    Poland



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