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[Q] What GSM/HSPA frequencies are supported?

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By Wrngway, Senior Member on 20th June 2014, 07:18 PM
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I'll be switching to T-Mobile soon and wanted to use my SCH-I535 as a stopgap until the LG G3 comes out.

What GSM or hspa frequencies are supported?

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20th June 2014, 07:23 PM |#2  
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I'll be switching to T-Mobile soon and wanted to use my SCH-I535 as a stopgap until the LG G3 comes out.

What GSM or hspa frequencies are supported?

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Read post #3. That's about the most technical info that I recall about specific GSM radios.
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That's the best info I've seen. It also confirms my experience on DTAC on the Verizon GS3 in Thailand. They use 1800 GSM & 850/2100 HSPA.

I guess I'll be rough'n it until I find my next phone.

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That's the best info I've seen. It also confirms my experience on DTAC on the Verizon GS3 in Thailand. They use 1800 GSM & 850/2100 HSPA.

I guess I'll be rough'n it until I find my next phone.

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That's great! I've wanted to use my S3 for the next time I travel abroad but I haven't found my way away from the states yet in over a year. Glad I could help out a bit.

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