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  1. #1
    DP
    Guest
    This is a pretty basic question, I think, but for some reason I can't
    get my brain around dual-voltage appliances.

    A few weeks ago I bought a Nokia 3650 kit on Amazon for service with
    T-Mobile. The converter says "Input 100-240V," so I should just be
    able to slap and adapter plug on it and use it abroad (Europe, New
    Zealand, Australia), right?

    Thanks in advance...eventually I'll figure all this out!

    DP



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  2. #2
    Zbyszek T.
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    Re: Is the Nokia 3650 converter okay in the US and abroad?

    > T-Mobile. The converter says "Input 100-240V," so I should just be
    > able to slap and adapter plug on it and use it abroad (Europe, New
    > Zealand, Australia), right?


    Yes, you can do this.





  3. #3
    tuned by RZO
    Guest

    Re: Is the Nokia 3650 converter okay in the US and abroad?

    Yes, only thing to worry about is NOT the voltage.....it's whether the
    charger plug fits the foreign socket or not

    "Zbyszek T." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    | > T-Mobile. The converter says "Input 100-240V," so I should just be
    | > able to slap and adapter plug on it and use it abroad (Europe, New
    | > Zealand, Australia), right?
    |
    | Yes, you can do this.
    |
    |





  4. #4
    Zbyszek T.
    Guest

    Re: Is the Nokia 3650 converter okay in the US and abroad?

    > T-Mobile. The converter says "Input 100-240V," so I should just be
    > able to slap and adapter plug on it and use it abroad (Europe, New
    > Zealand, Australia), right?


    Yes, you can do this.





  5. #5
    tuned by RZO
    Guest

    Re: Is the Nokia 3650 converter okay in the US and abroad?

    Yes, only thing to worry about is NOT the voltage.....it's whether the
    charger plug fits the foreign socket or not

    "Zbyszek T." <[email protected]zbyszek.net> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    | > T-Mobile. The converter says "Input 100-240V," so I should just be
    | > able to slap and adapter plug on it and use it abroad (Europe, New
    | > Zealand, Australia), right?
    |
    | Yes, you can do this.
    |
    |





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