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Nokia 6.1 (Nokia 6 2018) TA-1068

Hi,

 

This is the international version, will this be fully supported on the fully LTE bands for USA?

https://www.amazon.com/Nokia-TA-1068-Unlocked-International-Warranty/dp/B07BVDG8P1

 

 I got the HTC 10 and it was the international version and it went to 3g every time I was on a call.  

 

Here is the USA version, https://www.bestbuy.com/site/nokia-6-1-with-32gb-memory-cell-phone-unlocked-copper-black/6219312.p?s...

But for $30 less I could get the 64GB international version with 4GB of ram which would be awesome if it is indeed fully compatible. 

 

 

I appreciate any help.

 

Thanks

 

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Re: Nokia 6.1 (Nokia 6 2018) TA-1068

Good afternoon @mcasey6747


I appreciate the detailed info you included in your post. It’s a great help!

Check out our network frequency site, this details all the needed requirements for a phone to work best with our towers.


If you start to notice issues with service, it could be the network not communicating properly. If this is the case, please check your APN settings which assist with the best network connectivity.


When a non AT&T device is activated on our network, full functionality is not guaranteed.


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Re: Nokia 6.1 (Nokia 6 2018) TA-1068

Based on the Amazon information, the international version has these LTE bands

LTE: Band1,3,4,5,7,8,20,28,34,38,39,40,41.

ATT uses bands 2,4,5,12/17 and 30.  12/17 being the major bands. 

so expect a 3g experience with that phone 

The US version will get LTE.

 

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Re: Nokia 6.1 (Nokia 6 2018) TA-1068

Thank you Liz, so I should likely go with the 32gb.  

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Re: Nokia 6.1 (Nokia 6 2018) TA-1068

Unless you can find the US version in 64 gig, yes.  

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I have the US version and am not able to get LTE. Any ideas?

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Re: Nokia 6.1 (Nokia 6 2018) TA-1068

@osmd786

Use an ATT LTE phone IMEI as a dummy in the system.  Any old phone you can stick in a drawer (can’t have 2 active phones with same IMEI out there.). Call ATT to put in a ticket for this.  Typically activating the SIM in the ATT phone, then move it does the job. 

 

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So they need to keep the IMEI in the system of an old LTE phone? I had to replace the a Samsung S7 I cracked the screen on.  Can they somehow get the IMEI back for that phone and use that if that is the case?

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Just called 611 and asked them to do this and they said they are prohibited from doing this now?

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@osmd786

 

Lazy rep...  But you needed the IMEI to give to the rep also...  I have done this many many times over the last 4 years.

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Re: Nokia 6.1 (Nokia 6 2018) TA-1068

Great went into a store and they did it. Did the trick! thanks for the help

 

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This is not correct and completely fake. 

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AT&T does not want people to buy Unlocked Phones. This is why they don't want to fix these problems.  THIS PROBLEM IS NOT FIXED.  May Nokia should sue AT&T for the hostile actions against Unlocked phones.

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This is a big lie.  AT&T is a big lie.  They lie about everything.  They cannot fix anything.

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Re: Nokia 6.1 (Nokia 6 2018) TA-1068


@miamigo97 wrote:

AT&T does not want people to buy Unlocked Phones. This is why they don't want to fix these problems.  THIS PROBLEM IS NOT FIXED.  May Nokia should sue AT&T for the hostile actions against Unlocked phones.


It’s not a problem.  It’s always up to the customer to bring a compatible phone if they aren’t buying one from AT&T.

I’ve had several unlocked non AT&T androids.  You just have to buy one made to work in the USA.  

Pixel 1, 2, Honor 8, oneplus 5t and 6t.  All got LTE just fine.   The 6t even has VoLTE.  

   Nokia has no assurances their phones will work with any carrier as they are sold ‘carrier free’, so just how do you think they have right to sue a carrier?  For what?  Isn’t it Nokia’s fault for not brokering a deal with At&t or making a more compatible phone?   

 

 

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