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  1. #1
    giopfromSantoDomingo
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    Hi guys

    I have to buy a phone in the Dominican Republic, but i want it
    three-band and i want to be able to use it with others SIm too, in
    Europe.
    It seems that only Orange sell this thing. I found a T300 sony
    ericcson, thrre band, but it doesn't work with my italian SIM.

    I would to know what i have to do? unlock? unblock?crack?
    what are the meaning of this term in cellular phone field? I don't
    find the NG's FAQ.

    thank you very much to whom cna help me!

    Giop



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    SeŠn McAndrew
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    Re: Can someone explain me the meaning of...


    "giopfromSantoDomingo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi guys
    >
    > I have to buy a phone in the Dominican Republic, but i want it
    > three-band and i want to be able to use it with others SIm too, in
    > Europe.
    > It seems that only Orange sell this thing. I found a T300 sony
    > ericcson, thrre band, but it doesn't work with my italian SIM.
    >
    > I would to know what i have to do? unlock? unblock?crack?
    > what are the meaning of this term in cellular phone field? I don't
    > find the NG's FAQ.
    >
    > thank you very much to whom cna help me!
    >
    > Giop


    I think you need to 'unlock' the phone.

    I am unfamiliar with the T300 but I'm sure there are many who can recommend
    unlockers.
    I believe Orange, in almost all cases, lock their phones. I wouldn't
    therefore recommend them.

    I bought a tri-band R520m from BT Cellnet/o2 and it was unlocked for all
    networks.

    If you buy a T300 from ANY provider it *should* be tri-band no matter.

    An unlocked, no contract, blue T300 from Expansys (in the UK) costs just
    over £100 - pretty cheap:
    http://www.expansys.com/product.asp?code=T300BLUE
    They may welll ship to you (?).

    SeŠn





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