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I have an unlocked HTC Desire HD.
In Malaysia, I bought a new SIM from Hot Link which included internet access as well. Both worked on my phone.
The next morning the internet wasn't working on my phone, so I took it back to the shop, and after a couple of hours of rigamarole, I was informed that the internet can't work on my phone because it's not compatible.
So it seem that I have to buy a new phone. Should I do this? I'm worried that I will spend the couple hundred on the new phone, only to have it being a pointless exercise, because it's possible my old phone will work with other companies.
Also, does this mean that I may have to purchase a new phone in each country?