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Re: [opensource-62] mobile network question

From: Duplicate A.
Sent on: Monday, July 15, 2013 5:58 AM
On 7/14/2013 9:19 PM, mowgli wrote:

So a wcdma 3g phone shud get 3g & hspa+ on T-Mobile service?

Tmobile offfers this, but HSPA is a optional feature that was added several years after the iniital WCDMA release. 

If the phone is WCDMA is doesn't have to do HSPA.  If the phone has HSPA, it's by definition a WCDMA phone. 

BC I'm only getting edge. But same Sim in another phone gets hspa+ & 3g.

Entirely possible and reasonable. Particulalry if it's an old phone.

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