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Moving to the US- can I get 3G/4G/LTE data?

I will be moving to the US shortly, and so I have been searching up about phone compatibility. Until I decide on a new phone, I will be using my Lumia 920 (unlocked) that I bought overseas. Below is the relevant information about my Lumia 920. Can I connect to AT&T's LTE/4G/3G? LTE network bands: 1,

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How to Minimize Wireless Interference

Introduction This guide will give you a brief introduction on how to minimize wireless interference in your home network.  In the home environment, many things can interfere with consumer wireless network devices.  These devices, referred to by their IEEE standard number (802.11b, 802.

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Using International GSM Phone

Hello,I am an international student at an American university and am looking into using AT&T with a Romanian phone from the Allview brand. If my phone works on the curent frequencies:2G: 850/900/1800/1900MHz          3G: UMTS 900/2100MHzWill it have coverage in Poughkeepsie, NY ZipCode 12604? P.S. I

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Will this phone's bands work in the US?

Hello all! First time poster...I'm looking into getting the Sony XPERIA Z3 Compact D5833.Below is some info on the phone's conenctivity.Will I be able to connect ot AT&T's 3G network?Don't really use 4G or LTE.... Just want to know if that model of phone will be compatiable here in the States.UMTS H

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I need to know if this device will work with AT&T 4g or 4g LTE please help

From my understanding ATT uses 700/1700/2100 for ltebut i have also read that it uses a paired 1700/2100 up and downlink systemthis phone listed below has a 1700 and a 2100here are the frequencies the phone uses"2G GSM : 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 and/or3G : 850 (B5) / 900 (B8) / 1700 (B4) / 1900 (B1)

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