Moving to Germany then Singapore: What band (dual, tri, quad?) do I need?

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    As the question states, what banding of phone would I need if I didn't want to have to change phones when I move? So I could just stick a new SIM in when I arrive in the country. I don't know much about it tbh :P

    Any help is appreciated, thanks for your time!
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    (Original post by GingerGoat)
    As the question states, what banding of phone would I need if I didn't want to have to change phones when I move? So I could just stick a new SIM in when I arrive in the country. I don't know much about it tbh :P

    Any help is appreciated, thanks for your time!
    You'll need something with a GSM radio, which is pretty much any phone you buy considering this is what we use in Britain too [=
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    (Original post by Gofre)
    You'll need something with a GSM radio, which is pretty much any phone you buy considering this is what we use in Britain too [=
    Thanks so much! Really helped
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    Most phones today are quad band I wouldn't worry, may want to consider getting a dual sim phone can get them on eBay
 
 
 
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