T1-mobile developers UK

by stefanobromuri » Sat, 07 Feb 2009 02:22:21 GMT


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 Dear all,

I would like to know If the deal for the T1-mobile G1 phone is valid
also for UK developers and how much this would cost in .


Best Regards,

Stefano.

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T1-mobile developers UK

by Paul Teale » Mon, 23 Feb 2009 05:20:23 GMT


 Cost me around 370 approx but thats dependent on the exchange rate.
This included the cost of the phone, taxes, shipping, membership to
developer program





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T1-mobile developers UK

by hendfarid » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 01:47:15 GMT


 Hello Paul

a question please. the dev one you got is the same as the one in the
US?
what about 3G? does it use 2100?

I am asking because I live in egypt and I was wondring is it better to
get it via a freind in the US or in the UK?
in Egypt we use GSM 900 and 2100 for the 3G conectivity  and I want to
make sure which one would work with me.

many thanks
Hend






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