I reccomend getting a 3G Sharp or Sony Ericcson from Softbank. The Sharp
uses standard 3G connectors, and you can buy a dual voltage adapter for it
(at least I was able to last year), and the Sony Ericcson has dual voltage
on it's power adapter (better check though--ware ware Nihonjin wa sonna koto
iranai kamo shirenai). Both are (or so I have heard) un-lockable, so if you
bring them to Europe you should be ok.
That is what I would do. One thing to keep in mind is that whatever your
phone, to use it in Europe it must be a 3G model WITH GSM, and be
unlockable. There are adapters for power, etc, but no workarounds for it not
being 3G, or not able to be unlocked to a certain network. Forget about
Hope this helps.
On 11/6/06, Cluj cat <clujcat_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello guys. I intend to buy a mobile phone here in Jp.
> I need a simple one I don't need all that features
> like camera etc. Can you give me some advices? I'm
> from Europe and I'm curious if I can use it in EU
> (220V; 50Hz)?
> Thanks a lot.
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