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Replying to:  Will Dual Band for GSM work? by junkmail202   Apr 17, 2008, 2:42 PM

Re: Will Dual Band for GSM work?

by akasha77    Apr 17, 2008, 4:15 PM

It seems to me that the link you provided answers your question (just use the link further down the page - under PLEASE NOTE):

An international cell phone is classified as a GSM mobile phone that operates on the GSM 900 and GSM 1800 frequency. An international cell phone with the appropriate sim card, will provide coverage in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Pacific Rim including Australia. A world cell phone with the GSM 1900 frequency will expand coverage to include the United States, Canada and a growing part of South America.

Every GSM wireless phone we sell is unlocked and will work with any SIM card from any carrier in the world. SIM cards may be purchased online for a growing number of select international destinations.

A GSM 900/1800 international cell phone is perfect if you only plan on using the cell phone overseas

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