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    Default iPhone 3GS on t-mobile 3G network US

    I'm curious if anyone has any word in regards to the new iPHone 3GS working on the t-mobiles (US) 3G network. I understand that the current iphone 3g does not work on tmobiles 3g but there are new specs for the iphone 3gs. just wanted to start a thread about this cause im sure a lot of people will be asking soon.



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    No it won't.
    He who asks a question looks foolish for 5 minutes. He who doesn't ask a question remains foolish forever.

    iPhone 4 locked to T-Mobile. 4.1 Limera1n'd

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    All we T-mobile users can only hope is that Apple is smart enough NOT to renew the exclusivity contract with AT&T. Seeing as AT&T just seems to be holding Apple back there is a good chance this will not happen.

    Apple needs to release this phone on all carriers already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Confucious View Post
    No it won't.
    Would like to see a more informed post. I'm trying to find actual verification of the frequency that the 3GS runs on. Do you have irrefutable evidence that the 3GS does not have a new 3G modem or if it does have one that it still doesn't support T-Mo's frequencies?

    Basically what I'm asking for is a link or something to prove that the new model doesn't have a modem that supports 1700 MHz
    Last edited by iPhone3GS; 06-16-2009 at 03:01 PM.

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    Do you know there is a tech spec ? All products have the technical spec and frequency support is the basic info.

    http://www.apple.com/iphone/specs.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by RiqTosh View Post
    Apple needs to release this phone on all carriers already.
    I couldn't agree more. The current situation is just insane.

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    This gets you 3g in US and it doesn't use 1700 band.

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    Officially unlock iPhone 3GS will work on T-mobile for sure. And can be use on other carrier.

    TUAW website say T-mobile support the iphone (so the iphone user too)

    So i believe they just telling us to stay on T-mobile and get unlock iPhone. lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPhone3GS View Post
    Would like to see a more informed post. I'm trying to find actual verification of the frequency that the 3GS runs on. Do you have irrefutable evidence that the 3GS does not have a new 3G modem or if it does have one that it still doesn't support T-Mo's frequencies?

    Basically what I'm asking for is a link or something to prove that the new model doesn't have a modem that supports 1700 MHz
    Why on earth would Apple put in a receiver that supports an unsupported carrier? Everywhere else in the World T-Mobile use 2100Mhz. The only place 1700 is used is on T-Mobile in the USA, what makes you think Apple would put extra hardware in to support that?
    He who asks a question looks foolish for 5 minutes. He who doesn't ask a question remains foolish forever.

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    Default I phone 3g or 3gs on tmobile

    Ok here goes. I currently have an unlocked att iphone 3gs on tmobile network. Only downside is lost the gps function and only get 2g internet. But it works just fine. Same goes for iphone 3g. Also you can google search tmobile opening their 3g network up. Currently only in northern california and parts of nevada. What they are doing is utilizing the same band that att uses for their 3g.


 

 
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