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Wednesday, January 18th, 2023 8:58 AM

Signal indicator phone’s.

I do know it’s an AT&T site based on my phone’s signal indicator .Any idea what equipment and bands are on here? 

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1 year ago

Have no idea what you're referring to. Is this wireless service and if not what service are we talking about?

ACE - Expert

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1 year ago

The AT&T bands used for cellular can change depending what the FCC has approved for that service area but I don't know what you mean about equipment.

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1 year ago

@OttoPylot I didn't know what they meant by signal indicator phones. Now that I understand it's the signal strength indicator on a phone, I'll move this to the wireless forum. Thanks for your insight. 

ACE - Guru

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1 year ago

Still not clear to me what the OP is talking about. 

I wish people would use complete sentences, and give us some context of what they are talking about.  We aren't mind readers.

ACE - Expert

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1 year ago

@joeldf  I think we figured out what the signal indicator was but as far as the equipment goes, 🤷‍♂️. A little more clarity on these questions in the forums would certainly help.

ACE - Sage

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1 year ago

@joeldf  it's 20 questions again?  Worst game ever when the OP really doesn't understand the question either.

If it is possible to infer, the original poster would probably want to install "Network cell info lite" app on his phone.  Android only.  This application will connect to a local Tower and provide some information on what bands of LTE, and if possible 5g.

But so what?   Either a phone works or it doesn't. Either the phone connects or it doesn't because it's a non AT&T tower.  It's just curiosity 

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