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T-Mobile S5 on AT&T; LTE reception?

22nd April 2014, 02:11 AM |#1  
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Those using the T-Mobile version on AT&T, can you comment on LTE reception? Is it the same as using an AT&T branded device, better or worse. Would love to hear the opinions of those few using G900T on AT&T.

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Looks extremely good to me. Haven't had any issues.
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Looks extremely good to me. Haven't had any issues.

Here to. What APN settings are you using? Just to verify we are both using the same...
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Here to. What APN settings are you using? Just to verify we are both using the same...

I use the phone APN.
23rd April 2014, 12:08 AM |#5  
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Can you both comment on LTE speeds? There was another guy using the T-Mobile S5 on AT&T who said he was getting bad speeds. He was comparing it to his AT&T S5 right there besides him. I am trying to rule out if the device has any issues whatsoever performing on AT&T.
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I use the phone APN.

Can you post your settings?
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this is unlocked tmobile on AT&T LTE in Dallas Texas. Yes it's 6am and not as much traffic on the network, but the speeds are fine all day long.
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23rd April 2014, 03:45 PM |#8  
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this is unlocked tmobile on AT&T LTE in Dallas Texas. Yes it's 6am and not as much traffic on the network, but the speeds are fine all day long.

That the best you can get? I can easily pull 50mbps+ down between 8-10am.
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