US 850 band users wanting to sell Neo

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--[[User:Jaebird|Jaebird]] 12:22, 10 November 2007 (CST) I'm thinking of selling my black Neo, $280 plus shipping (from Texas). Barely used, maybe a couple of hours of stylus use, the rest shelled in from PC... email me if interested jaebird(at)gmail.com

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Neither the phase 1 nor the phase 2 versions of the Neo support the 850 MHz band. Since the 850 MHz band is popular in North America this may be a problem for North American users, as they will find poorer reception and more "black spots" on the Neo than on phones retailed locally.

More explanations in mailing list postings:

These countries also use 850 MHz:

Because the phase 1 Neo was intended as a developer release a number of North American buyers may have received their Neos before this problem was fully appreciated.


If for this reason you wish to sell your Neo, please put your name below so potential buyers may contact you:

--Jaebird 12:22, 10 November 2007 (CST) I'm thinking of selling my black Neo, $280 plus shipping (from Texas). Barely used, maybe a couple of hours of stylus use, the rest shelled in from PC... email me if interested jaebird(at)gmail.com

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Neither the phase 1 nor the phase 2 versions of the Neo support the 850 MHz band. Since the 850 MHz band is popular in North America this may be a problem for North American users, as they will find poorer reception and more "black spots" on the Neo than on phones retailed locally.

More explanations in mailing list postings:

These countries also use 850 MHz:

Because the phase 1 Neo was intended as a developer release a number of North American buyers may have received their Neos before this problem was fully appreciated.


If for this reason you wish to sell your Neo, please put your name below so potential buyers may contact you:

--Jaebird 12:22, 10 November 2007 (CST) I'm thinking of selling my black Neo, $280 plus shipping (from Texas). Barely used, maybe a couple of hours of stylus use, the rest shelled in from PC... email me if interested jaebird(at)gmail.com