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22nd April 2012, 02:25 AM   |  #1  
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What companies does the international galaxy note work with in the u.s?....
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T-Mobile and Straight Talk are the main two.

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To be honest, any GSM carrier. There's really only two GSM carriers, T-Mobile and At&t. Since the GT-N7000 is unlocked for the two, almost any sim will give you service. Stick with straight talk if you wanna keep it cheap. $15 Sim, and $45 unlimited everything.

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To be honest, any GSM carrier. There's really only two GSM carriers, T-Mobile and At&t. Since the GT-N7000 is unlocked for the two, almost any sim will give you service. Stick with straight talk if you wanna keep it cheap. $15 Sim, and $45 unlimited everything.

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And how is your 3g ?? I see there is some problems with 3g on T-Mobile. Please response.
I'd like to buy Note but I hate contract plan's and I like fast 3g internet.

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I'm happy with it on AT&T... noticeably faster than wifes 4s
24th April 2012, 05:03 AM   |  #7  
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And how is your 3g ?? I see there is some problems with 3g on T-Mobile. Please response.
I'd like to buy Note but I hate contract plan's and I like fast 3g internet.

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as has been posted many times on here and in the 3/4g tmo dev radio thread youre not going to get 3/4g unless you live in an area that tmo is using the 1900 frequency and thats out in the northwest... n7000 = 850/1900 freq tmo = 1700/2100 (except a Very select few areas that they use the 1900

as for the quick answer for anyone still wondering what carrier... any that uses the 850/1900 freq... the 1700/2100 ones are out of luck until bedwa or another dev finds a radio to flash to make it work...
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well if any one is still looking to get a gnote on t-mobile, maybe you should wait.....the word is it coming out officially on tmobile.....no more hassles on making everything work on tmobile....lol....but its weird...now that i can get it for tmobile in a couple of months.....i want it on verizon/sprint cdma network....lol...does anybody know if its coming out on a cdma network?.....ive read about it coming out on cdma as the galaxy journal but when?...or the real question is....is it coming out on cdma at all?....lol..
28th April 2012, 01:23 PM   |  #9  
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This is correct, but woefully incomplete.

TMO is limited to EDGE with the Note given incompatible 3G wireless bands, so while it will "work", it will be a dog on data.

The only practical carriers for the Note in the USA are Straightalk and ATT

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To be honest, any GSM carrier. There's really only two GSM carriers, T-Mobile and At&t. Since the GT-N7000 is unlocked for the two, almost any sim will give you service. Stick with straight talk if you wanna keep it cheap. $15 Sim, and $45 unlimited everything.

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