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    The Treo 180 finally made its way across the pacific..

    Yesterday I saw a big stand for the Treo. Unfortunalely they did not have any real TREO's in stock, just some plastic dummies...

    Only a few days wait and I can get my hands on a real one...

    Hopefully I can test drive one for a while to make up my mind if I want to spend a fortune on an overpriced local treo...
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    Mate -

    I've had one for about 3 weeks - brought it back from the US. Works perfectly; I only had to pop in my SIM card, and configure it. All features work perfectly as advertised (I'm on Telstra network).
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    Originally posted by dpipester
    Mate -

    I've had one for about 3 weeks - brought it back from the US. Works perfectly; I only had to pop in my SIM card, and configure it. All features work perfectly as advertised (I'm on Telstra network).
    Cool, if you happen to work in Chadswood shoot me an email or PM....
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    Good to have two aussies on board ;-)

    Maybe you can clear up this mystery (for me). Does the Australian system use 900/1900 or 900/1800 ?

    My father, in Holland, owns a 900/1900 phone which he has used on Holland and Germany (don't ask me, but it works). He keeps telling me that he wants to keep the phone in case he travels to Australia again. However, the battery is giving problems and I gave him one of my 900/1800 phones to take with him to South-Africa. Maybe you can give me an answer which I can use to decide whether to get a new battery or to scrap the phone.
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    Originally posted by ErnstB
    Good to have two aussies on board ;-)

    Maybe you can clear up this mystery (for me). Does the Australian system use 900/1900 or 900/1800 ?

    My father, in Holland, owns a 900/1900 phone which he has used on Holland and Germany (don't ask me, but it works). He keeps telling me that he wants to keep the phone in case he travels to Australia again. However, the battery is giving problems and I gave him one of my 900/1800 phones to take with him to South-Africa. Maybe you can give me an answer which I can use to decide whether to get a new battery or to scrap the phone.
    Hi Ernst,

    Officially I'm not an aussie, but a dutchie living down under...
    Like you my father lives in Holland too (start 'its a small world' tune )

    In australia they use 900/1800 like in the rest of the world. Only the US uses 900/1900... so any Treo will work over here

    The 900/1900 treo's are the only ones that work all over the world... but are limited to profiders since only some providers are on the 900 network (in Holland it are the 'pioneers' who are normally more expensive than the 'new IPS on the block')
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