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Will my Samsung Gear S SM- R750 work on koodo network?


Model: SM-R750SZKASKC     IMEI: 354328071231879    from NGP STORE USA

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Best option is to contact the seller directly. It appears that the R750 should work with Koodo's 3G service only.
rikkster wrote:

Best option is to contact the seller directly. It appears that the R750 should work with Koodo's ...

What is 3G?
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rikkster wrote:

Best option is to contact the seller directly. It appears that the R750 should work with Koodo's ...

I forgot about the IMEI checker utility. Looks like the device is not compatible at all. Sorry about that Andre. I checked with Bell and TELUS and the device comes up as incompatible as well.
rikkster wrote:

Best option is to contact the seller directly. It appears that the R750 should work with Koodo's ...

So is that mean, it cannot work with no phone company , only Bluetooth will work ?
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rikkster wrote:

Best option is to contact the seller directly. It appears that the R750 should work with Koodo's ...

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS should still work. You can try Rogers, they don't advertise an IMEI checking utility online, so you will have to call in.
rikkster wrote:

Best option is to contact the seller directly. It appears that the R750 should work with Koodo's ...

Thanks a lot for the info! I wish it could of work with my Koodo account as a standalone
rikkster wrote:

Best option is to contact the seller directly. It appears that the R750 should work with Koodo's ...

I need to upgrade my my Samsung Galaxy Grand prime to Samsung Galaxy Note 5 or S5. How can I this done?
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Hi Andre!

Click here to find out if your device will work on our network: http://koo.do/1aU1u0o.Hope that helps 🙂
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[quote=Daniel]Hi Andre!

Click here to find out if your device will work on our network: https://<a href="http://koo.d" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noreferrer noopener">http://koo.d</a>...[/quote

Passing either test will not guarantee compatibility, since there are many sub-models of phones designed for specific carriers. You at least want a positive test a a point of departure.

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