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Anyone from Australia?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 4' started by TerryS, Nov 17, 2012.

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    Anyone here from Australia who is using this phone (Droid 4)?

    From what I read Droid 4 is a global phone now, but it is not clear has it been tested in Australia or not (how global the "global" is)
    as I have heard that the previous US-but-unlocked models has not been working here in Oz.

    Also, what is the best way to buy a unlocked Droid 4 and import it to Australia?
    I was chatting with a Verizon sales person and she said they only ship it within US :angry:

    Cheers.
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    Thanks mate for sharing the info.

    I bought mine from the same seller. It took a while to get it delivered though.

    I am on Optus too, but (by comparison to my previous Xperi phone) I rarely get the 3G out of D4. Most of the time it tries to connect on 3G for a few seconds before switching to GPRS.

    Another thing that I found that it at times does not automatically switch to WIFI network and stays on the mobile internet.

    Otherwise a great phone, with a great keyboard, one key (a "shift" key on the right side, perhaps instead of "ok") away from the great.