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Just checked and absolutely no compatibility issues with any networks in those countries. Incidentally, I went to both those countries around 10 years ago and found their mobile networks were surprisingly good. Even got a signal at the top of Kilimanjaro! Enjoy your trip. We have stock if you want to place an order (Crosshair Electronics)
8 May 2015 by Crosshair Technology
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Hi Alan, yes, it is. To enable 4G see the manual http://support.sprint.com/support/tutorial/Turn_4G_on_or_off_Samsung_Galaxy_Notereg_II/42955-665
12 Jan 2015 by Pavel
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23 Dec 2014 by unguec
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Hi jamal I'm sorry I don't understand your question, you asked are you going to sue your phone in India. I find this phone very good, it as a long battery life
26 Nov 2014 by diane morgan
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No it sound is clear.
28 Jul 2014 by diane morgan
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yes you can. I used mine in Australia, New Zealand and Dubai. you will need to reset your current network to one of the local networks of the country visited. hope this helps.
5 Jul 2014 by Honest Bob
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Yes it's quad band
28 Apr 2014 by David
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Is it 4G compatible? 14 Apr 2014
Nope. You'll need the N7105 model for 4G compatibility
14 Apr 2014 by Jess
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Most mobile phones come with a 2 year warrenty as standard. I would suggest emailing amazon CS or Samsung for more info.
27 Apr 2014 by MR J IQBAL
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