quad-band handset

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quad-band handset

Refers to GSM cellphones that can be used worldwide because they support all four GSM frequency bands (850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz). See dual-band handset.
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The ROKR EM30 is a GSM quad-band phone which features a music player.
The quad-band phone has a 3.5in touch screen, wi-fi, a camera and a web browser.
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Also, make sure that your phone is compatible with the the country you'll be in--a quad-band phone is especially useful in many South American countries.