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    tmobile 3g will NOT be compatible with ATT's 3g... different frequencies...

    TMOBILE - US that is...


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    Quote Originally Posted by goudok View Post
    tmobile 3g will NOT be compatible with ATT's 3g... different frequencies...

    TMOBILE - US that is...
    wow bad news! Maybe they will come out with a hack for that LOL
    Counting down for iPhone 2012 =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by goudok View Post
    tmobile 3g will NOT be compatible with ATT's 3g... different frequencies...

    TMOBILE - US that is...
    Iphone is Quad band. Does it really matter?
    Rocking a 4GB unlocked iphone on T-mobile with firmware 2.1.

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    nope... 3G Europe = 1900 and 2100 ... 3G ATT/ROGERS/FIDO = 850 and 1900... 3G TMOBILE US = 1700 and 2100 I think.. i could be wrong about the 2100 part but its definately 1700...
    GSM frequencies dont matter... 3G is a totally different technology than gsm.. its a part of it.. but its different... so far... HTC has a few phones that are 3G compatible with 850 1900 and 2100.. that means 3G could be used anywhere int he world .. b ut not 3G Tmobile us.. they are using their own frequency... and im sure apple isnt going to release that frequency in their phones...another reason to switch to att...

    UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA frequency bands deployment
    Band I (W-CDMA 2100) in Europe and Asia (Brazilian mobile carriers will deploy W-CDMA 2100 as well)
    Band IV (W-CDMA 1700) in America (e.g. T-Mobile)
    Band V (W-CDMA 850) in Australia (Telstra NextG) and Brazil (Telemig Celular and Claro)
    Band VIII (W-CDMA 900) in Europe (e.g. Elisa Oyj)
    1900 / 850 (independently, for both the uplink and downlink) for America (e.g. AT&T Mobility) + ROgers and FIdo in Canada
    Last edited by goudok; 11-29-2007 at 06:40 PM.

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    iphone is quad band...that wouldnt really matter what freq its on...since its supposed to support all of them.....stop speculating on this for now, just wait for the official word from apple on this matter and that is it....God it wont be released for sometime now so just enjoy your current iphone before you start talking about things that havent been released yet and are still in the developmental stage.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by cream-coffe View Post
    iphone is quad band...that wouldnt really matter what freq its on...since its supposed to support all of them.....stop speculating on this for now, just wait for the official word from apple on this matter and that is it....God it wont be released for sometime now so just enjoy your current iphone before you start talking about things that havent been released yet and are still in the developmental stage.....
    no no.. im sorry but you are very wrong.. and all of you can believe me... but thats the reality..

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    Its quad band dude. It will work with Tmobile USA. Apple would be stupid to design a different phone specifically for the US that excludes Tmobile's frequencies.
    Rocking a 4GB unlocked iphone on T-mobile with firmware 2.1.

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    it makes no F_______G difference if its quadban d000000000000000000d... lol.. what part of 3G frequencies that are different dont you all understand...nobody but Tmobile US will use their 3G frequency.. is it really that hard to understand... thats why there is a phone called NOKIA N95-1 which is compatible with european 3G only and N95-3 which is compatible with ATT/ROgers/Fido 3G only.. and then there is HTC tytn 2 that is compatible with all of those... HOWEVER... NOT TMOBILE 3G... because it is a different frequency.. and i REPEAT ... it does not matter what GSM frequency it is.. 3G frequencies are not the same as GSM frequencies... EDGE yes.. but NOT 3G.... is it really that hard to understand that...

    http://www.engadget.com/2007/09/26/n...now-available/

    http://news.mobile9.com/s60apps/2007...t-with-a-bang/
    Last edited by goudok; 11-29-2007 at 06:59 PM.

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    Stop spewing crap out of your mouth dude. Its quad band. It will work with T-mobile. Yes the Europeans and possibly the Japanese use the 2100 frequency range but from what we have seen so far, Apple does not seem interested in making 2 versions of their phone. Their 3G phone will cover all frequencies.
    Rocking a 4GB unlocked iphone on T-mobile with firmware 2.1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goudok View Post
    nobody but Tmobile US will use their 3G frequency
    AT&T owns licenses in some areas to use those frequencies as well. Whether they have plans to use it or not, it'd be dumb for Apple to not offer that capability in the iPhone, as it's still the case in some areas that AT&T users can roam on T-Mobile US. Why wouldn't they want this to also be the case when they have a UMTS/HSDPA iPhone? If the iPhone is supposed to be a world phone, Apple would be wise to make it that way.

    As it is, the 3G iPhone would still work on T-Mobile's GSM coverage.
    Last edited by Stratus Fear; 11-29-2007 at 07:19 PM.


 

 
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