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Re: [opensource-62] mobile network question

From: John F.
Sent on: Monday, July 15, 2013 8:52 AM
Ah Frequency bands!  According to that link, it *should* get 4G HSPA+ on Tmobile.
T-Mobile runs 1900MHz and 2100MHz HSPA+ in Dallas, which this phone should work with.
Make sure your APN stuff is entered properly..

FYI: TD-SCDMA is a China thing, so hopefully you didn't get that hardware version by mistake.

EXTRA:
http://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-5736

Reallocations

Approximately 90% of our network traffic is on our 3G and 4G bands (1700 MHz and 2100 MHz), which is leaving our 2G bands (850 MHz and 1900 MHz) underused. To help make best use of our 2G bands, we will be re-farming the excess 1900 MHz spectrum from EDGE technology to HSPA+. This will not eliminate 2G 1900 coverage in an area, but will free up some of that spectrum for 4G services.



On 07/15/[masked]:30 AM, mowgli wrote:

Actually now I'm more confused.

Its a new quad core phone. Here r the specs. Scroll below pics.

http://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/234020726.html

I want to know if its my mistake or theirs for thinking this would work with tmo to get 3g & hspa+, both of which I get on other phones here.

If its my mistake I'll eat it. If theirs I'll dispute.

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