Will Fido work with the OnePlus Nord N100 ?

Will Fido work with the OnePlus Nord N100 ?

Will Fido work with the OnePlus Nord N100 ?

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tom30
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Will Fido work with the OnePlus Nord N100 ?

I want to buy a OnePlus Nord N100, but the carrier compatibility provided on OnePlus's official website (see chart below) doesn't mention Fido in Canada. I know that Fido is owned by Rogers, but will the phone work with Fido ?

Rogers2/4/66/5/7/12/17
Bell2/4/5/7/12/17
Freedom4
Telus

2/4/66/5/7/12/17

 

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Re: Will Fido work with the OnePlus Nord N100 ?

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Hello Tom30,

 

  Welcome to the community!

 

  According to the Canadian website, these are the specifications for that phone:

 

LTE-FDD: B1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,13,17,20,25,26,28,66,71
LTE-TDD: B38,41
WCDMA: B1,2,4,5,8
CDMA: BC0,BC1,BC10
GSM: 850/900/1800/1900

 

  Judging by those specifications, that phone should have all of the compatible bands/frequencies. You can verify the compatible bands/frequencies here. While the phone should work on the networks, you should note that since Fido does not offer OnePlus devices, it's unlikely certain features (ie voLTE and/or Wifi-calling) will work with that device. You should also note that other versions of that device may not have the same band/frequency specifications.

 

Hope this helps 😀

 

Cheers

 

 

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Cawtau
Senior MVP

Hello Tom30,

 

  Welcome to the community!

 

  According to the Canadian website, these are the specifications for that phone:

 

LTE-FDD: B1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,13,17,20,25,26,28,66,71
LTE-TDD: B38,41
WCDMA: B1,2,4,5,8
CDMA: BC0,BC1,BC10
GSM: 850/900/1800/1900

 

  Judging by those specifications, that phone should have all of the compatible bands/frequencies. You can verify the compatible bands/frequencies here. While the phone should work on the networks, you should note that since Fido does not offer OnePlus devices, it's unlikely certain features (ie voLTE and/or Wifi-calling) will work with that device. You should also note that other versions of that device may not have the same band/frequency specifications.

 

Hope this helps 😀

 

Cheers