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    someone gave me a treo as a gift how do I find out if it is a 800/1900 or 800/1800 version because I will be going to the us next week thank you for your time
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    Whered the Treo come from...? If in the US then you should be able to use it here, obviously...if in Europe, i would think it would be ok overe here in the US, cause the US Treos work in Europe also...
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    sorry i wasnt able to asked where he bought it. but it's says at the back made in mexico
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    How about doing a phone network search in the phone app? The network cells popping up should give you an idea which phone you have.
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    Originally posted by Drakion
    Whered the Treo come from...? If in the US then you should be able to use it here, obviously...if in Europe, i would think it would be ok overe here in the US, cause the US Treos work in Europe also...
    I don't believe this is correct. The Euro version is 900/1800 MHz, as GSM networks there generally run on those frequencies.

    The North American version is 900/1900 MHz. The GSM netorks here all run on 1900 MHz. So a Euro version would be useless in NA.

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