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I am based in india using Reliance, CDMA

For CDMA in India, the frequencies are: 824 - 844 MHz for the uplink (handset to base station) 869 - 889 MHz for the downlink (base station to handset) 20 MHz band for uplink & downlink. carrier freq. is 1.25MHz

since i am interested in purchasing the phone, and the phone does not come cheap , can you guys confirm that it will work in india.

Thanks Nitin

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marked as duplicate by Eric Carvalho, Jorge Castro, Kevin Bowen, Raja, Radu Rădeanu Aug 3 '13 at 5:53

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This is off-topic. See similar closed question here that contains link to details regarding your question: askubuntu.com/questions/323826/ubuntu-edge-in-japan?rq=1 –  Kevin Bowen Aug 2 '13 at 15:03
This question has a good answer. I think we should let it be. @Braiam why do you think this is a duplicate? –  Seth Aug 3 '13 at 3:09
@Seth huh? The flag was marked as "helpful", please lets discuss this in Ask Ubuntu Chat –  Braiam Aug 3 '13 at 3:18
@nitink Please follow the link of my first comment, if you want support for your region, since it takes the user base to decide the scope of the launching. –  Braiam Aug 3 '13 at 3:29
how can my question which enquires about frequency be treated same as to "How to order the Ubuntu Phone?" Its like comparing apples with oranges. –  Nitin K Aug 7 '13 at 15:55

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No. It's a GSM/3G/LTE-based device.

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off late all handsets especially in US like droid razr series from motorola , HTC etc are world phones which work in all regions as cdma or gsm ( one at a time). hope ubuntu edge would have followed that as well :( –  Nitin K Aug 2 '13 at 8:24

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