1. xt3rmin8's Avatar
    ok on t mobile .com says 9900 supports these frequencies

    850 MHz;900 MHz;1800 MHz;1900 MHz
    & im wanting to buy an unbranded 9900 and the seller says it supports does frequencies so 4g should work even though it's not t mobile branded?
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    09-19-11 10:25 PM
  2. freethisberrydotcom's Avatar
    If its from mobilicity or wind from Canada then you will get 4g..
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    09-19-11 10:34 PM
  3. xt3rmin8's Avatar
    thank you for your help
    09-19-11 10:53 PM
  4. Core_Frequency's Avatar
    ok on t mobile .com says 9900 supports these frequencies

    850 MHz;900 MHz;1800 MHz;1900 MHz
    & im wanting to buy an unbranded 9900 and the seller says it supports does frequencies so 4g should work even though it's not t mobile branded?
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    Those are are the 2G (EDGE) bands (1,4,8). The phone you are getting needs to have the AWS 1700/2100 frequency band for 3G/4G.

    If the seller can tell you what bands the phone has from the options screen it might make it easier for both of you.
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    09-19-11 11:08 PM
  5. xt3rmin8's Avatar
    Those are are the 2G (EDGE) bands (1,4,8). The phone you are getting needs to have the AWS 1700/2100 frequency band for 3G/4G.

    If the seller can tell you what bands the phone has from the options screen it might make it easier for both of you.
    yep, wasn't sure why it didn't show on the website so wasn't so sure, i called them up and told me what you told me, and seems they fixed it on their website now added it shows 1700/2100 bands.
    09-24-11 03:47 AM
  6. Core_Frequency's Avatar
    yep, wasn't sure why it didn't show on the website so wasn't so sure, i called them up and told me what you told me, and seems they fixed it on their website now added it shows 1700/2100 bands.
    Yeah if the phone has 1700/2100 (1,4,8 bands) you should be good to go with T-Mobile USA
    09-24-11 05:34 AM
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