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  1. #1
    Alasdair
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    I understand that Sony Ericsson has produced a phone which is capable
    of having 2 SIMs from different networks. Where can I get details of
    this? Are there any other phones with this facility?

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  2. #2
    A.N. Onymous Esq
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    Re: Multi-SIM phones

    "Alasdair" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I understand that Sony Ericsson has produced a phone which is capable
    > of having 2 SIMs from different networks. Where can I get details of
    > this? Are there any other phones with this facility?
    >
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    > Alasdair.


    I have one of these

    http://www.expansys.com/p.aspx?i=164807

    Works fine - both SIMs can be active at the same time for SMS in and out and
    voice calls in and out - no need to reboot the phone to get the other SIM to
    work.




  3. #3
    alexd
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    Re: Multi-SIM phones

    On Fri, 20 Jun 2008 00:31:49 +0100, Alasdair wrote:

    > Are there any other phones with this facility?


    Search eBay for 'dual sim'. After enough time spent looking, you'll learn
    to spot which ones do and which ones don't :-)

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  4. #4
    TheDragon
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    Re: Multi-SIM phones


    "Angelo Lupino" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I have this one:
    >
    > http://shop.kvikfix.dk/product_info.php?products_id=48
    >
    > It is a true 3G dualsim phone with 2 integrated antennas unlike Samsung's
    > D880 which can't operate on 3G GSM networks. Both sim are active at the
    > same time.
    >
    >
    > "Alasdair" <[email protected]> skrev i en meddelelse
    > news:[email protected]
    >>I understand that Sony Ericsson has produced a phone which is capable
    >> of having 2 SIMs from different networks. Where can I get details of
    >> this? Are there any other phones with this facility?

    >
    >


    Thats expensive. £421 for a phone.





  5. #5
    Frederik Andersen
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    Re: Multi-SIM phones

    I don't think so. Verzio Duplii is a high-end 3G dualsim phone (3G is the
    keyword here!). Samsungs D880 does not support 3G and it is almost as
    expensive as Verzio Duplii.....Verzio Duplii is based on a Qualcomm/Philips
    platform. That makes it quite unique compared to other dualsim phones which
    are often based on MTK's unstable, low-end platforms. Furthermore, the phone
    has 2 integrated RF modules - one for each SIM card. That alone makes Verzio
    Duplii stand out if you ask me.


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    > Thats expensive. £421 for a phone.
    >







  6. #6
    alexd
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    Re: Multi-SIM phones

    On Mon, 23 Jun 2008 10:45:08 +0200, Frederik Andersen wrote:

    > Furthermore, the phone has 2 integrated RF modules - one for each SIM
    > card. That alone makes Verzio Duplii stand out if you ask me.


    On the other hand, can one expect half the normal battery life?

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  7. #7
    Frederik Andersen
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    Re: Multi-SIM phones

    The phone comes with a replacement battery. Higher capacity batteries only
    yields 10% longer battery life. So I prefer the 2 batteries.

    The standby/talk time is acceptable for a phone with dualsim
    feature....Personally, I have been using the phone now for 3 days without
    recharging...But I don't video chat that much, so maybe that's why...

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    >> Furthermore, the phone has 2 integrated RF modules - one for each SIM
    >> card. That alone makes Verzio Duplii stand out if you ask me.

    >
    > On the other hand, can one expect half the normal battery life?






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