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Can i get someone s help wanna get FIDO LTE Band compatible

hello,

 

Ive been doing quite a bit of research and at this point Im still not sure about the following.I wanna get a phone from oversea,the phone has two virsions, and i m not sure which virsion is able to get LTE network one fido,here is the details,

 

No 1,  4G TDD-LTE(1900/2300/2600MHz)     3G TD-SCDMA(1900/2000MHz)   2G GSM (900/1800/1900MHz)

 

No 2,  4G FDD-LTE(1800/2100MHz)   4G TDD-LTE(2600MHz)   3G WCMA(850/900/1900/2100MHz)   2G GSM(850/900/1800/1900)

 

anyone  please help me  to answer my question ,which phone is able to get signal as for regular phone and able to get LTE , 

 

thanks

 

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hello,

 

Ive been doing quite a bit of research and at this point Im still not sure about the following.I wanna get a phone from oversea,the phone has two virsions, and i m not sure which virsion is able to get LTE network one fido,here is the details,

 

No 1,  4G TDD-LTE(1900/2300/2600MHz)     3G TD-SCDMA(1900/2000MHz)   2G GSM (900/1800/1900MHz)

 

No 2,  4G FDD-LTE(1800/2100MHz)   4G TDD-LTE(2600MHz)   3G WCMA(850/900/1900/2100MHz)   2G GSM(850/900/1800/1900)

 

anyone  please help me  to answer my question ,which phone is able to get signal as for regular phone and able to get LTE , 

 

thanks


Hello 1314,

 

  I am doubtful that either phone would be able to access the LTE network. Both phones should be able to access the 2G network (regular phone and EDGE), however, the second phone would have better coverage and reception because it has both frequencies that Fido/Rogers uses rather than just the one in the first phone. Fido/Rogers uses GSM 850 and 1900 MHz.

 

 Fido/Rogers uses FDD so the first phone would not be compatible with either 3G or LTE.

 

 The second phone might be able to use the 3G network. Fido/Rogers uses WCDMA 850 and 1900 MHz.

 

  Fido/Rogers' LTE bands are 4, 7, and 17. Judging by the LTE frequencies listed and associated region, I would guess that the LTE bands for the second phone are 1 and 3, neither of which would be compatible with Fido/Rogers.

 

Cheers

 

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Re: Can i get someone s help wanna get FIDO LTE Band compatible


@1314 wrote:

hello,

 

Ive been doing quite a bit of research and at this point Im still not sure about the following.I wanna get a phone from oversea,the phone has two virsions, and i m not sure which virsion is able to get LTE network one fido,here is the details,

 

No 1,  4G TDD-LTE(1900/2300/2600MHz)     3G TD-SCDMA(1900/2000MHz)   2G GSM (900/1800/1900MHz)

 

No 2,  4G FDD-LTE(1800/2100MHz)   4G TDD-LTE(2600MHz)   3G WCMA(850/900/1900/2100MHz)   2G GSM(850/900/1800/1900)

 

anyone  please help me  to answer my question ,which phone is able to get signal as for regular phone and able to get LTE , 

 

thanks


Hello 1314,

 

  I am doubtful that either phone would be able to access the LTE network. Both phones should be able to access the 2G network (regular phone and EDGE), however, the second phone would have better coverage and reception because it has both frequencies that Fido/Rogers uses rather than just the one in the first phone. Fido/Rogers uses GSM 850 and 1900 MHz.

 

 Fido/Rogers uses FDD so the first phone would not be compatible with either 3G or LTE.

 

 The second phone might be able to use the 3G network. Fido/Rogers uses WCDMA 850 and 1900 MHz.

 

  Fido/Rogers' LTE bands are 4, 7, and 17. Judging by the LTE frequencies listed and associated region, I would guess that the LTE bands for the second phone are 1 and 3, neither of which would be compatible with Fido/Rogers.

 

Cheers

 

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