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Carrier Compatibility List

  1. nickmurphyphotos
    Froyo Jul 28, 2014

    nickmurphyphotos , Jul 28, 2014 :
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    The OnePlus One supports the following wireless bands/frequencies:

    • GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz
    • WCDMA: 1/2/4/5/8 (2100/1900/1700/850/900 MHz)
    • LTE: 1/3/4/7/17/38/40
    I've summarized carrier compatibility for the 16 launch countries below.

    If your carrier is not listed, you can check which bands your carrier uses to determine the OnePlus One's compatibility with your desired carrier. A good starting point is Wikipedia's lists of LTE and UMTS networks. Please post the results of your research in this thread. I can add non-launch countries to a separate post.

    I've color coded the names of the carriers to indicate their compatibility with the OnePlus One:

    :D Full Support (All Bands/Frequencies Supported)
    o_O Partial Support (Some Bands/Frequencies Unsupported)
    -- --- (Partial LTE) means 3G is fully supported, and one or more LTE bands is not supported.
    - (No LTE) means 3G is fully supported, and all LTE bands are not supported.
    :mad: Unsupported (No Bands/Frequencies Supported)

    Note: MVNOs are assumed to have the same compatibility as their MNOs. If this is not the case, please let me know.
     
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  2. nickmurphyphotos
    Froyo Jul 28, 2014

    nickmurphyphotos , Jul 28, 2014 :
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    Austria
    :D 3
    MVNOs: Eety, Kwikki, WOWWW!, yesss!
    o_O A1 (Partial LTE)
    MVNOs: Bob, Delight, Ge Org, Lycamobile, Red Bull
    :D T-Mobile
    MVNOs: Tele.ring, VOLmobil
    [​IMG] Belgium
    :mad: b-lite (uses Band 42 only)
    o_O Base (Partial LTE)

    MVNOs: Aldi Talk, Allo RTL, Be Mobile, Billi, Carrefour, Contact, EDPnet, Ello, Esprit, Jim, LCR, Lycamobile, Mobile 9, Mobile Vikings, Mobile World, Opticall, Ortel, Phonethic, Simyo, Sudpresse, Transaltel, Turk Telekom, United.
    o_O Mobistar (Partial LTE)
    MVNOs: Galaxy, Numericable, Plug, Red Bull, Telenet, Tellink, Transaltel, Voo.
    :D Proximus
    MVNOs: Dommel (No LTE), PostMobile (No LTE?), Scarlet (No LTE?).
    [​IMG] Canada
    :D Bell
    MVNOs: CityWest, Northerntel, NorthwesTel, PC Mobile, Roam Mobility, Solo, Virgin
    :D Eastlink
    :D Mobilicity
    :D MTS

    :D Rogers
    MVNOs: Chatr, Cityfone, Fido, good2Go, Petro-Canada, Phone Box, Sears Connect, Simply Connect, Speakout
    :D Sasktel
    :D Telus

    MVNOs: Koodo
    :D Wind
    [​IMG] Denmark
    :D 3
    MVNOs: Oister
    o_O TDC (Partial LTE)
    MVNOs: 2tell, Dlg Tele, Facilicom, Firstcom, Fullrate, Happii, Lycamobile, Mobilic, MTEL, Signafon, Sydfyns, Telmore, Unotel, We, YouSee
    o_O Telenor (Partial LTE)
    MVNOs: BiBob, CBB, Evercall, Lebara
    :D Telia
    MVNOs: ACN Mobile, Call Me, Cirque, Siminn, Waoo!
    [​IMG] Finland
    o_O DNA (Partial LTE)
    o_O Elisa (Partial LTE)
    MVNOs: Saunalahti
    o_O TeliaSonera (Partial LTE)
    MVNOs: Tele Finland
    [​IMG] France
    o_O Bouygues (Partial LTE)
    MVNOs: Auchan, B&You, Budget, Lebara, Lycamobile, Numericable, Ortel, SCT, Simyo, Transaltel
    :D Free
    o_O Orange (Partial LTE)

    MVNOs: ARM, Bazile, Blancheporte, Carrefour, Casino, CIC, Crédit Mutuel, M6, NRJ, OL, OM, Ortel, Phenix, PSG, RCL, Sosh, Stella, Symacom
    o_O SFR (Partial LTE)
    MVNOs: Afone, Auchan, Buzz, C le, CIC, Ciel, Cofidis, Coriolis, E.Leclerc, France Loisirs, Futur, Hub One, Joe, Keyyo, La Poste, Le French, LTI, NRJ, Numericable, Prixtel, RED, SCT, Sim+, Virgin, Zero Forfait
    [​IMG] Germany
    :D E-PLUS
    o_O O2 (Partial LTE)
    o_O Telekom (Partial LTE)
    o_O Vodafone (Partial LTE)
    [​IMG] Hong Kong
    :D 3
    :D China Mobile
    :D CSL
    :D Smartone
     
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  3. nickmurphyphotos
    Froyo Jul 28, 2014

    nickmurphyphotos , Jul 28, 2014 :
    [​IMG] Italy
    :D 3
    o_O TIM (Partial LTE)
    o_O Vodafone (Partial LTE)

    o_O Wind (Partial LTE)
    [​IMG] Netherlands
    o_O KPN (No LTE)
    o_O Tele2 (No LTE)
    o_O T-Mobile (Partial LTE)
    o_O Vodafone (Partial LTE)
    [​IMG] Portugal
    o_O MEO (Partial LTE)
    o_O NOS (Partial LTE)
    o_O Vodafone (Partial LTE)
    [​IMG] Spain
    :D Movistar
    :D Orange
    :D Vodafone
    :D YOIGO
    [​IMG] Sweden
    o_O 3 (Partial LTE)
    o_O Net4Mobility (Partial LTE)

    o_O Telia (Partial LTE)
    [​IMG] Taiwan
    :D Chunghwa Telecom
    o_O
    FarEasTone (Partial LTE)
    o_O Taiwan Mobile (Partial LTE)
    o_O Taiwan Star Telecom (No LTE)

    [​IMG] UK
    o_O 3 (Partial LTE)
    :D EE
    o_O O2 (No LTE)
    o_O Vodafone (No LTE)
    [​IMG] USA
    :D AT&T
    MVNOs: Consumer Cellular, Cricket, Net10, Red Pocket Mobile, StraightTalk
    :mad: Sprint (No Network/Carrier Support)
    MVNOs:
    :D T-Mobile
    MVNOs: Brightspot, Harbor Mobile (Business Plan Reseller), Lycamobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile
    :mad: Verizon (No Network/Carrier Support)
    MVNOs:

    Please bear with me while I revise the list to add more MVNOs. Please let me know if I've made any errors. I'm mostly going based off of what I can find on Wikipedia and sites that list MVNOs.
     
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  4. nickmurphyphotos
    Froyo Jul 28, 2014

    nickmurphyphotos , Jul 28, 2014 :
    New EU Launch Countries
    [​IMG] Latvia

    o_O BITE (Unknown LTE Bands)
    :D LMT

    :D Tele2
    [​IMG] Lithuania

    :D Omnitel
    o_O Tele2 (No LTE)
    [​IMG] Estonia


    [​IMG] Cyprus

    :D CYTA
    :D MTN
    [​IMG] Ireland
    :D 3
    o_O Meteor (Partial LTE)
    o_O O2 (No LTE)
    o_O Vodafone (Partial LTE)


    Non-Launch Countries


    [​IMG] Australia
    :D Optus (Missing LTE Band 28 currently only used in Darwin and Perth CBDs)
    :D Telstra
    :D Vodafone

    [​IMG] Brazil

    [​IMG] Costa Rica
    :D Claro
    :D kölbi
    :D Movistar

    [​IMG] Guam
    :D Docomo
    :D IT&E

    [​IMG] Israel
    :D Cellcom
    o_O
    Golan (No LTE)
    o_O Hot Mobile (No LTE)

    :D Orange
    :D Pelephone

    [​IMG] Japan

    :mad: au
    :mad: EMobile

    o_O NTT Docomo (Partial LTE)
    o_O Softbank (Partial LTE?)

    [​IMG] Kuwait
    :D Ooredoo
    :D Viva
    :D Zain


    [​IMG] Singapore

    :D M1
    :D SingTel
    :D StarHub

    [​IMG] Thailand

    :D AIS
    :D DTAC
    :D TOT3G
    :D Truemove

    [​IMG] United Arab Emirates
    :D Du
    :D Etisalat


     
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  5. nickmurphyphotos
    Froyo Jul 28, 2014

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  6. Jerry
    Honeycomb Jul 28, 2014


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  7. Gil80
    Eclair Jul 28, 2014

    Gil80 , Jul 28, 2014 :
    USA update:
    - Aio no longer exists, it's now Cricket wireless, AT&T MVNO.
    - Major AT&T MVNOs:
    Straight Talk
    Cricket, AT&T owned
    Net10
    Consumer cellular
    Red pocket mobile
     
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  8. harryjamesuk
    Gingerbread Jul 28, 2014

    harryjamesuk , Jul 28, 2014 :
    Just wanted to add for UK members: If you're on the 3 network, you should get perfect signal anyway. Yes, there is an important missing band however, the 3 network hardly uses this band (If at all) so, it should make no difference.

    Quote from ThreeUK's Twitter Support: “we only operate 4G on 1800 at the moment.”
    See here for actual response.

    Any other UK networks however (Excluding EE), you may struggle for a 4G signal on due to the fact that they mainly use the 800MHz band. The 800MHz band is almost deprecated now due to the fact that it's slow (However, has a large range) making it used in rural areas more often.

    I thought I would clarify this as there are many sites putting the OPO down for this matter with little evidence to support what bands the networks run on. Hopefully, this should clear things up.

    Hope it helps!
     

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  9. kiwib
    Honeycomb Jul 28, 2014

    kiwib , Jul 28, 2014 :
    wow.. looks like Canada (and Belguim) have the greatest support?
     

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  10. billybarrio
    Froyo Jul 29, 2014

    billybarrio , Jul 29, 2014 :
    4G not working in France with carrier Free Mobile; Here the message got from free mobile website: "Votre mobile actuellement enregistré n'est pas reconnu comme compatible 4G LTE", in english your mobile not registered as compatible with 4G LTE.
     

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  11. harryjamesuk
    Gingerbread Jul 29, 2014

    harryjamesuk , Jul 29, 2014 :
    You'll probably want to let them know about that. They could probably add the OPO to the list of compatible devices.
     

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  12. meera kumari
    Cupcake Jul 29, 2014

    meera kumari , Jul 29, 2014 :
    Okay .. it is compatible with Lycamobile in USA ... Lycamobile is one the the best MVNO using T-mobile coverage ....
     

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  13. shonoe18
    Cupcake Jul 30, 2014


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  14. JoshD422
    Honeycomb Jul 30, 2014

    JoshD422 , Jul 30, 2014 :
    Is anyone in the U.S. successfully using this phone on a T-Mobile grandfathered data plan, ie. T-Zones, Web2Go, etc?
     

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  15. hansjust
    Donut Jul 30, 2014

    hansjust , Jul 30, 2014 :
    This list is really helpful. However, can I offer a suggestion? Would you consider changing the color-coding a bit so that my colorblind self can distinguish between the different levels of supported? Maybe even an icon for supported (check mark), partially supported (exclamation) or not supported (universal no).

    My wife and kids laugh at me when I call them in to distinguish colors!
     

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  16. nickmurphyphotos
    Froyo Jul 30, 2014

    nickmurphyphotos , Jul 30, 2014 :
    Sorry, I didn't even consider that. I will implement your suggestion shortly.
     

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  17. rarog
    Lollipop Assistant Head Moderator Jul 30, 2014

    rarog , Jul 30, 2014 :
    Thx for collection this information, Germany seems to be perfectly correct from what I know.
     

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  18. era506
    Gingerbread Jul 31, 2014

    era506 , Jul 31, 2014 :
    So, I got my OPO yesterday all the way to Costa Rica :D
    Here's our carrier information (from Wikipedia and/or personal experience):

    kölbi
    2G: 1800 MHz
    3G: 5 (850 MHz)
    4G LTE: 7 (2600 MHz)

    Movistar:
    2G: 1800 MHz
    3G: 5 / 1 (850 / 2100 MHz)
    4G LTE: 3 (1800 MHz)

    Claro:
    2G: 1800 MHz
    3G: 1 (2100 MHz)
    4G LTE: 3 (1800 MHz)

    I'm currently using kölbi and 2G/3G work just fine, I haven't tried LTE yet since it was launched a couple months ago and coverage is lousy, I'm not usually around LTE areas, but I believe the OPO supports all LTE bands here. I'll report back in case I get to try LTE.

    EDIT: I ended up activating an LTE plan on my OPO, works with kölbi flawlessly when coverage is available.
     
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  19. billybarrio
    Froyo Jul 31, 2014

    billybarrio , Jul 31, 2014 :
    Yes I did and we are still waiting. It should not be too long
     

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  20. mboon1985
    Donut Jul 31, 2014


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