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22nd April 2012, 08:32 PM |#171  
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It's been tested. Doesn't work.

Who tested a Rogers version on Tmobile?
 
 
22nd April 2012, 08:37 PM |#172  
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Who tested a Rogers version on Tmobile?

I don't know but the Rogers models been tested on Wind which runs on the same bands as T-Mobile and it doesn't work.
23rd April 2012, 02:46 AM |#173  
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4.23 is coming

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23rd April 2012, 05:15 AM |#174  
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Unlocked at&t Lumia 900 on Bell wireless network?
Once the at&t Lumia 900 can be successfully unlocked, will it work on Bell's LTE network?

The following LTE bands are used:

at&t: band 4 (AWS) (1700/2100 MHz) and band 17 (700 MHz)
Bell: band 4 (AWS) and band 7 (2600 MHz)

Both carriers use band 4, so the Lumia 900 should work on both?

As a fallback option, would HSPA+ work on Bell's network?
Both carriers operate HSPA+ at 850 MHz and 1900 MHz.

As a last resort: would an unlocked Rogers Lumia 900 work with Bell?
23rd April 2012, 05:32 AM |#175  
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Once the at&t Lumia 900 can be successfully unlocked, will it work on Bell's LTE network?

The following LTE bands are used:

at&t: band 4 (AWS) (1700/2100 MHz) and band 17 (700 MHz)
Bell: band 4 (AWS) and band 7 (2600 MHz)

Both carriers use band 4, so the Lumia 900 should work on both?

As a fallback option, would HSPA+ work on Bell's network?
Both carriers operate HSPA+ at 850 MHz and 1900 MHz.


Lumia 900 uses 1700/2100/700 for LTE.

Bell is 1700/2100 and AT&T uses 700...so we should be ok.

Only if I could unlock the damn thing!
23rd April 2012, 06:01 AM |#176  
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Lumia 900 uses 1700/2100/700 for LTE.

Bell is 1700/2100 and AT&T uses 700...so we should be ok.

I am asking because when entering my at&t Lumia 900 IMEI number on bell.ca/compatibility, I am told the phone won't work.
23rd April 2012, 06:55 AM |#177  
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I am asking because when entering my at&t Lumia 900 IMEI number on bell.ca/compatibility, I am told the phone won't work.

Hmm didn't know that existed...prob because it's an AT&T version tho.
23rd April 2012, 03:03 PM |#178  
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I am asking because when entering my at&t Lumia 900 IMEI number on bell.ca/compatibility, I am told the phone won't work.

Yeah that doesn't matter. It happens with every phone I've used on Telus because it's not a Telus phone. Ignore it.
23rd April 2012, 04:41 PM |#179  
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I am asking because when entering my at&t Lumia 900 IMEI number on bell.ca/compatibility, I am told the phone won't work.

I bought a Rogers Lumia 900 last week and unlocked and am using it on the Bell HSPA+ network right now and it works great. The AT&T phone should work just as well.
23rd April 2012, 05:11 PM |#180  
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Yeah that doesn't matter. It happens with every phone I've used on Telus because it's not a Telus phone. Ignore it.

Actually, the TELUS tool correctly identified my phone and said it would work.
23rd April 2012, 06:13 PM |#181  
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looks like no unlocks for the phone as of now, it reminds me of iPhone
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