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  1. AnIrudha's Avatar
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    I live in India and plan to use 3G on the phone.
    This link GSM World Coverage Map- GSM Country List by frequency bands shows that we use 900 and 1800 bands. The one which went on sale on Negri is showing only 900. I plan to buy it from the US. Which bands should I look for before I purchase since there was no word about International version on the page.
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    Phones bought from the US are either locked to AT&T or imported from outside the US in the first place. Getting one from the UK would probably be cheaper and easier.
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    Both versions will work on your network. I would look for an international version though for the reasons posted above.

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