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9 Messages

Mon, Feb 24, 2020 9:10 PM

5G sub-6 bands

Which bands are being used by AT&T in sub-6? Like n1, n3, n28, n77, n78 (any of those would be helpful for BYOD folks like me).

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GLIMMERMAN76

ACE - Expert

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19.2K Messages

a month ago

do you really think att is going to allow byop on 5g right now.

Here are the bands now

AT&T n5, n260 850MHz, 39GHz

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lizdance40

ACE - Sage

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72.3K Messages

a month ago

Unfortunately 5 G is going to limits the phones you can use with any carrier. There will be no BYOD for 5G phones yet.

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“Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part” 🆘 Dont expect normal any time soon.

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9 Messages

But today AT&T customer service said otherwise:

James : Maybe I should ask if you are supporting 5G on BYOD?
Jc : Great question.
Jc : There's nothing to worry about, as long as the devices are 5G capable even if it is BYOD and the AT&T plan includes 5G access, it will be used for 5G connection.
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