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THREEPAY

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Thu, Sep 11, 2014 3:55 PM

What are AT&T's 4G LTE bands?

I am considering buying a new phone that supports FDD-LTE 1800/2100/2600MHz and TD-LTE B38/39/40/41. Could it work on AT&T LTE network

 

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3 months ago

My phone's frequency bands supported are -

 

Frequency Bands - GSM B2, B3, B5, B8
Frequency Bands - WCDMA B1, B2, B5, B8
Frequency Bands - LTE LTE TDD B40, B41
LTE FDD B1, B3, B5
CA: 1C,3C,40C,41C

 

Please may I know if it works on AT&T network around California area ? 

lizdance40

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3 months ago

@rskumarsid  As 3g only.  There is a very remote chance you’d get LTE.  But if it registers as a 3g device, it won’t get LTE and will not work at all after 3g shut down.  
Without 12/17, the phone isn’t going to work on AT&T 

 

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1 month ago

Hello all. So I'm thinking of buying a Redmi Note 8 Pro. My question is will it work with my att service? I don't know if it matters but i live in Houston Texas area.
lizdance40

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The phone must be on sale because I just answered this yesterday for someone else. Because of AT&T 3-g shutdown any phone that does not have a u.s. warranty is not going to get voice over LTE. As of next month any phone like that will be considered 3-g only and will not be allowed to be activated on AT&T.

I would strongly recommend you find another phone because that one will have a very limited life span on AT&T. If T-Mobile works in your area you might consider T-Mobile instead. T-Mobile is not as strict

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🐾 (The following is included after all posts to save typing) I don’t work for AT&T. My replies are based on experience and reading content available on the website. Our answers are honest, but not always appreciated. If you posted personal information, please edit and remove.

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