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Advice/Comment on which no contract carrier in Ontario,Canada to use!

  1. ULTIMATE2015
    Gingerbread Sep 1, 2014

    ULTIMATE2015 , Sep 1, 2014 :
    Looking for advice/comments on who I should choose to activate(no contract) this awesome phone once I get one in my hands. Appreciate all replies. Thanks in advance!
     

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  2. DRCH
    Marshmallow Sep 1, 2014


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  3. Reflect Stratos
    KitKat Sep 1, 2014


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  4. Karthik23kc
    Jelly Bean Sep 1, 2014


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  5. domi39
    KitKat Sep 1, 2014

    domi39 , Sep 1, 2014 :
    Go with wind mobile
     

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  6. eugenebazinga
    Froyo Sep 1, 2014

    eugenebazinga , Sep 1, 2014 :
    I think "she" is not a girl :D Just some brutal, hairy male using this braless picture to get invite from desperate nerds :D So we need more proofs. IMHO
     

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  7. drmartin
    Moderator Moderator Sep 1, 2014


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  8. domi39
    KitKat Sep 1, 2014

    domi39 , Sep 1, 2014 :
    4g as well but no lte
     

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  9. tomaestrela
    Froyo Sep 1, 2014

    tomaestrela , Sep 1, 2014 :
    It depends how you define 3G and 4G. Wind Mobile provides UMTS wireless services with HSPA for data, using its license on the UMTS IV, also known as AWS. Using this band, user equipment transmits at 1710–1755 MHz, and receives at 2110–2155 MHz. Evolved HSPA, also known as HSPA+, was activated on portions of Wind's network starting from the summer of 2011.
     

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  10. ULTIMATE2015
    Gingerbread Sep 1, 2014

    ULTIMATE2015 , Sep 1, 2014 :
    I really appreciate the info BUT I am a blonde LOL and need the details deciphered. Once again, Appreciated!
     

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  11. drmartin
    Moderator Moderator Sep 1, 2014

    drmartin , Sep 1, 2014 :
    I have a friend who is paying crazy prices for cable broadband and I've been trying to see what the chances are to setup a 4G/LTE router like what I did at my last job in Denmark.

    But I can't find one which supports the Wind bands it seems. :-(

    This is what the one I used looks like:
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    You just put your SIM card in, it has 4 LAN ports on the back and worked fantastically. :)
     

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  12. tomaestrela
    Froyo Sep 3, 2014

    tomaestrela , Sep 3, 2014 :
    I have one or these devices for my cottage. It's called a hub here and transmits only over 850/1900 mhz frequencies which makes it compatible with the big three carriers.
     

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  13. dannysingh
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 3, 2014

    dannysingh , Sep 3, 2014 :
    I'd like to get one in each of my hands, but they look like they are more than a handful!!
     

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  14. hmtbfr
    Froyo Sep 3, 2014


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  15. tomaestrela
    Froyo Sep 3, 2014

    tomaestrela , Sep 3, 2014 :
    My apologies. WIND provides 3G and 4G but not LTE as it is currently defined.
     

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