On Fri, Oct 13, 2000 at 01:50:05PM +0100, Colm Buckley wrote:
> You don't need a tri-band one per se - all you need is one which can
> do GSM1900, which is the US GSM standard. Simplest thing would be to
> get one over there (any one; most European GSM900/GSM1800 phones have
> a GSM1900 equivalent), put your Irish SIM in it, and use it while
> you're there, switching back to the GSM900 phone when you come back
> over here.
sigh. it would have been great if you'd sent this mail a day earlier.
anyway, another option is to get a pay-as-you-go type phone. the way they
do them over here is a pain in the ass in most ways. generally anything
to do with mobiles is done poorly over here.
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