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Originally Posted by fredaroony View Post

Yes of course it works, you are just trying to come up with more lame excuses for Apple. Telstra do sell 4G phones that work on 4G in THIS country.

 

Please for the love of God, get out of the sales business! You have zero clue what you are on about.

 

Actually tell us all where you work so I can come in and humiliate you in front of all your colleagues for not understanding the most basic of consumer law in this country. You will be exposed for the fool you are.

 

It works the same way as an iPad works, you go to a place with a compatible network and it works on "4G" exactly as advertised that's because there is a "4G" compatible hardware chip built in.

 

btw which definition does Telstra's "4G" claim use in the extremely limited parts of the earth where it's available?

 

Here's the New iPad label, it still describes compatible networks, the only thing that changed was the "4G" symbol and it will magically become "4G" compatible after the 700MHz spectrum auction in Australia next year.

 

 

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post #42 of 45
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Originally Posted by hill60 View Post

 

It works the same way as an iPad works, you go to a place with a compatible network and it works on "4G" exactly as advertised that's because there is a "4G" compatible hardware chip built in.

 

btw which definition does Telstra's "4G" claim use in the extremely limited parts of the earth where it's available?

 

Here's the New iPad label, it still describes compatible networks, the only thing that changed was the "4G" symbol and it will magically become "4G" compatible after the 700MHz spectrum auction in Australia next year.

 

 

IMG_5294.JPG

Yeah ok lol. In your fantasy world this is true about as much and fairies and unicorns.

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Originally Posted by fredaroony View Post

Yeah ok lol. In your fantasy world this is true about as much and fairies and unicorns.

Everything he's stated has been factual and clear. He's made no attempt to use tricky or confusion language. As you can see in the image it still list LTE with 700/2100MHz frequencies which still do not work in Australia.

"There is no rule that says the best phones must have the largest screen." ~RoundaboutNow

 

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Originally Posted by SolipsismX View Post


Everything he's stated has been factual and clear. He's made no attempt to use tricky or confusion language. As you can see in the image it still list LTE with 700/2100MHz frequencies which still do not work in Australia.

The Australian government doesn't agree and Apple has now corrected their labelling in many countries but yeah he is correct lolololol. 

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Originally Posted by fredaroony View Post

The Australian government doesn't agree and Apple has now corrected their labelling in many countries but yeah he is correct lolololol. 

So if he's incorrect then, and the Australian government won't allow Apple to list that it is capable of LTE on supported networks of 700/2100MHz then why does it very clearly state LTE?

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