1. cyclezib's Avatar
    The supported bands listed on the shop blackberry US site lists:
    FD-LTE: 1,2,3,4,5,7,813,17 and 20
    HSPA+:1,2,4,5/6,8, edge.

    Without listing the MHz, how can we tell carrier compatibility and international cell frequencies? Do these frequencies mean the US phone doesn't have GSM bands to fully work on TMO, and again, we'll need to buy a Canadian phone on the grey market?

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    09-24-14 10:09 AM
  2. OscarCr's Avatar
    You can see which band corresponds with which frequency here:
    ww.4gmasten.nl/acht-inform/lte-banden-en-frequenties (new member here, so I can't post a link; just add a "w" at the beginning)

    It's in Dutch, but the table should be understandable. I'm actually wondering myself if the American Passport will work with European providers.
    09-24-14 11:06 AM

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