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IOUTDOOR T2 IP68 Walkie-Talkie Dual SIM Smartphone US $49.99 (~AU $63.90) Shipped @Coolicool

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Many of us go on different adventures in the outdoors. Often it is hiking or mountain climbing, and for that we need not only a durable phone, but one that will provide us with excellent service for contact. we have observed the Ioutdoor T2 Quad Band Walkie-Talkie Outdoor Mobile Phone, which is affordable and durable. It is great to have around for different adventures that you might take.

This mobile phone is extremely low priced, affordable for just about everyone. The color of it is either red with black or yellow with black. Both variations are trendy looking and neutral at the same time, fitting for all.

Coolicool offer 1 units pricing $29.99 per day instead of $49.99. Do not miss it.

Mod warning: See comment by donot "Only supports GSM (2G). The last remaining 2G network in Australia (Vodafone) shuts down on the 30th of April(vodafone.com.au), so you'd only be able to use the 'walkie talkie' function."

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  • Why does it say the buying price is $29.99 but when I check out it's still $49.99?

  • +14 votes

    Only supports GSM (2G). The last remaining 2G network in Australia (Vodafone) shuts down on the 30th of April, so you'd only be able to use the 'walkie talkie' function.

    • Yes, shame about that - it renders the unit essentially only a walkie talkie here.

  • Um isn't this 2G Telstra and Optus turned off 2G and Voda will in March this year. Makes the phone part useless in AU unless I'm reading spec's wrong?

  • +4 votes

    According to a listing on Tomtop for the same device, the frequency range is 400-470MHz. Unless it can run on our ~477MHz UHF CB band, I would not use this here.

    • If you're caught, the fine for using this without the appropriate license is $10,000 (or $255,000 if you're using it for work and they fine the company).

      • Just curios but why are those bands illegal to use here?

        • Because they sell off the bandwidth for particular use at a huge price and if your device transmits it interferes with the offical user.

          It looks like from this document that you'd be interfering with mobile phones.
          https://www.acma.gov.au/-/media/Spectrum-Engineering/Informa...

          The frequencies set up for CB usage aren't sold off.

        • @syousef:

          It looks like from this document that you'd be interfering with mobile phones.

          Hm, there are no mobile phones in that band, but there's plenty of other two-way radios, both handheld and mobile. Between 400-500MHz you'll find police, ambulance, fire, businesses on private frequencies, the NSW government radio network, and plenty of other legit users. Transmitting on their frequencies can interfere with them.

        • @eug:

          I'm quite happy to be corrected.

          I'm seeing the tables on pages 8-12 of the document dominated by "Land mobile service". Perhaps this doesn't mean mobile phones but just distinguishes from fixed stations and communications with satellite.

          Been a very long time since I played with a radio scanner.

  • +8 votes

    From the comments above, only 2G and UHF band outside of the legal range in Australia, this appears to be an expensive paperweight

  • Not so Coolicool

  • 2g

  • not a useable mobile
    Not in our Required CB ranges
    Not a bargain.

    • And quite irresponsible of rep to try sell a device not suited for Australia. Borderline scam

  • Dodgy as F!