I even typed in the site number for Hazelwood Rd to see if it came up.All I see is a map and two links to a compliance and EME PDF.Note: The ACMA database covers all spectrum uses, not just mobile service up?
And getting back to the Wiki there are a number of initials (they're technically not acronyms) which pertain to the various flavors of LTE or 4G.
I didn't really need to update till late this year but it may be a good time to get one. How does the Netgear 785s compare to the ZTE MF910.
The ZTE seems to cover more spectrum such as UMTS 900 and 2G which will be handy while traveling. ZTE has full sim and Netgear microsim(prefer as I can use SIM in my handset) ZTE has built in battery. I am leaning towards the ZTE but how do both brands compare(judging from past modems) in terms of reliability, battery life,signal hold,etc Which is easier to unlock ? There's no harm in asking, or failing that get Google working for you, but make sure that you check out DCUnlocker (this has been a very reliable workhorse for me).
Use of 3rd party adaptors or non approved SIM card can damage your device. The lack of access to the battery is a slight concern, but I guess that we will learn how to open the case at a later stage.
Physical damage to the SIM card slot is not covered by warranty and will make your device unusable. I got Telstra to unlock immediately ready for my next overseas trip.