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Replying to:  Frequencies by zhallart   Jul 14, 2006, 9:19 PM

Re: Frequencies

by scubadvr1    Aug 19, 2006, 9:08 AM

I lived in Thailand and was able to connect with DTAC with my v600, which was a quad band. If you are using DTAC, it depends what area of Thailand you are in. I was working in Bangkok and was able to connect to DTAC in Phuket. I was NOT able to in koh Samui and was transferred to AIS (900 band). If you are in the North near Chang Mai, I heard DTAC works but it's selective. If you are in the hills, forget it, the selection is rough with dead spots.

Bottom line, it could be you were duped with the phone regardless what is labelled on the box or depending on where in Thailand, you can get a variable signal. It's happened to me all the time when I was there.

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