how dangerous Freerunner could be?
unachievable at gmail.com
Mon Jun 8 16:49:07 CEST 2009
Nikita V. Youshchenko wrote:
> I've suffered from this as well.
> In fact, when a group purchaseof 45 phones was organized by russian
> enthusiasts about a year ago, about half of phones arrived have been
> 850/1800/1900 and not 900/1800/1900 as they should.
I am speaking about this exact case. Do you own a 850MHz phone? Is there
an opportunity for us to get other version without buying a new one?
> This was caused by mistake by pregrad.net service we used, not by our side.
> But due to quite hard import process (it lasted for months), it was next to
> impossible to recover :(.
> My Freerunner has GSM working in Moscow, but not 60 km from Moscow.
Yes, that's the truth.
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