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US version VS Europe version (mhz)

I'm looking at a Euro version of the HTC Touch Diamond. Could I expect it to work in the US with 900-2100 mhz or do I absolutely need the 850-1900 (2100) mhz model

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If your carrier ...

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uses 850 somewhere whre you are, you'll need it.


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Thanks for the reply!

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Someone else mentioned that the 850 is important to have!! So I guess I'd better check on US versions.

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you will ultimately need the U.S. version...

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...with all the correct frequency bands for our carriers. First and foremost you need 1900 and second you need 850. Having 2100 helps you use your phone in Europe currently, but won't help in the U.S. for 3G.


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Thanks for the advice!

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I could have made a big mistake!

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