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    Will a tri-band phone work with Rogers/Fido?

    I'm planning on buying a phone off Ebay and replacing it with a Rogers or Fido SIM card. The phone supports 900/1800/1900 MHz bands so I'm pretty sure I will be able to receive and make calls. But what I'm concerned about is if I'll be able to text and use the internet.

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    Yes,You will be able to text and use the internet.When you purchase a new phone .It's possible to lock or unlock.
    Before use Rogers/Fido sim card means,Make sure your phone is free from any network lock.If it's locked by particular network ,you will need to unlock your phone.For unlocking visit SimpleUnlocking.com


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