Take a tour on our page, these are the cell phones we bring to your from China, yes, I know what you gonna say, wow, they are fantastic! Yes, they are, and as customer of 123ink.ca you can get these items with very attractive price.
Enhanced features and functionality, Fashion design, what are you waiting for…
Below is the instructions for you if you are interested in owning one of these items:
You can see this note on the product page: Unlocked for Worldwide Use. This quad-band phone will work on GSM network frequencies 850/900/1800/1900 MHz. And WCDMA network frequencies 900/2100 MHz.
So, here comes a question: Does this cell phone can be used with my net work or carrier?
In Canada, there are four major cellular service providers: Rogers, Fido, Bell, Telus. ( with few other smaller one, in general, most cx are likely with one of these four ). GSM Quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz : Only Rogers & Fido have Quad-band GSM network ( In Canada )
WCDMA (also known as 3G) – Bell and Telus are currently on a network called HSDPA ( aka 3.5G ). In general, 3.5G networks cannot backward compatible with 3G cellphone. In other words, cx who is currently with Bell or Telus, cannot hook up our cellular device with these two carriers.
( other HSDPA carriers: Videotron [ in Quebec ], Sasktel [ in Saskatchewan ] )
We suggest you confirm with your carriers or providers before buying this item if you are not sure if they can be use with our cell phones.
Then you may see “Dual SIM, dual standby” in the Specifications, and we received a lot of customer asking what is “Dual SIM, dual standby” mean? Or what is a Dual SIM Standby Phone?
This kind of dual SIM mobile phone works on a single transceiver and handles both SIM cards at a time. In standby mode, both SIM cards remain on standby, ready to receive calls. But when a person is on a call in SIM-1, the SIM-2 gets automatically cut off until the call on SIM-1 ends. Which means, during any incoming/outgoing call, only one SIM is active and the other is briefly unreachable.
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