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Will a Nokia C3-01 Sim Free Mobile Phone work abroad?

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Old Salt | 18:13 Sat 25th Feb 2012 | Electronics
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I usually use T-Mobile network in USA and Europe.

Can anyone tell me if they know (for sure) that the Nokia C3-01 will work in USA and Western Europe.

I value the answers on AB, much more than when I call a supposed Helpdesk that often gives me untrue answers.

Thank you for any advice or suggestions

Old Salt

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The USA uses the GSM-800 and GSM-1900 bands for cell phones. Clicking on 'Hardware' here shows that your phone will work on those bands:
http://www.nokia.com/...c3-01/specifications/
It also shows that there's automatic switching between bands and full quad-band 2G and 3G coverage, so your phone is fully compatible with US standards.

You can also check on the T-Mobile website, by selecting a country here:
http://www.t-mobile.c...d/details-by-country/
Then click on 'Your Phone' and select 'Nokia' from the drop-down menu.
Click 'Show Models', select yours from the menu, and click on 'Choose Phone'

Chris
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Brilliant Buenchico,

Just what I wanted know...........better than I thought.

Now I don't have to call the Helpdesk

Thanks a million

OS
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Ya,your Nokia C3-01 will work in USA and Europe but you need to bear with the roaming charges,if not to use it in all countries you need to unlock your phone...
Unlocking your phone can be done with the help of http://www.unlock-zone.com/nokia-c3-01-touch-type/rs5wp9/ where they provide you with unlock code and free unlocking instructions...
After unlocking your phone you can use it with any network and country you require.....

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