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OnePlus One Global 3G Coverage

  1. David S.
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 13, 2014

    David S. , Apr 13, 2014 :
    Many have been discussing about OnePlus One’s network support. We would like to take some time and reveal the 3G (WCDMA) bands that the OnePlus One will be supporting.

    With our OnePlus philosophy in mind, we are aiming to create a phone that could be used anywhere in the world. With the result of many hours of thoughtful consideration, we’ve built the following 3G (WCDMA) bands into the OnePlus One: 1/2/4/5/8 (850/900/1700/1900/2100MHz)

    These bands will grant full global coverage with HDSPA+ speeds up to 42Mbps, the OnePlus One would be able to follow you around the globe!
     

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  2. Discovolo_11
    Donut Apr 13, 2014

    Discovolo_11 , Apr 13, 2014 :
    Sweet, we'll be able to roam all over Europe and the US!
     

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  3. LeavingSamsung
    Honeycomb Apr 13, 2014

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  4. Edu
    Honeycomb Apr 13, 2014

    Edu , Apr 13, 2014 :
    Thanks for the good news, at least for me, haven't worry me LTE
     

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  5. angeliou
    Honeycomb Apr 13, 2014

    angeliou , Apr 13, 2014 :
    Just tell us if there will be a sd card slot or not. Its more annoying to not know. Its the number one question every member has. I really don't understand why this kind of info hasn't been shared on forums yet. Tell us if the One will have sd card slot and if not, why. Many members will appreciate this info more than the 3G/4G bands because many of us don't have unlimited data.
     

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  6. Maier Leo
    Gingerbread Apr 13, 2014

    Maier Leo , Apr 13, 2014 :
    Many have been discussing about OnePlus One’s network support. We would like to take some time and reveal the LTE bands that the OnePlus One will be supporting.

    With our OnePlus philosophy in mind, we are aiming to create a phone that could be used anywhere in the world. With the result of many hours of thoughtful consideration, we’ve built the following LTE bands into the ONE PLUS ONE: fill in the missing information.
     

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    Chriss29, ronnien, JulesSam and 4 others like this.
  7. Suneth
    Honeycomb Apr 13, 2014


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  8. DavidSTC
    KitKat Apr 13, 2014


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  9. GregOrevo
    Gingerbread Apr 13, 2014

    GregOrevo , Apr 13, 2014 :
    Thanks for this Sunday news :)

    It's cool that we'll be able to bring our precious everywhere :)
     

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  10. bataxstar
    Froyo Apr 13, 2014


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  11. Akki
    Jelly Bean Apr 13, 2014


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  12. infernowheels
    Jelly Bean Apr 13, 2014

    infernowheels , Apr 13, 2014 :
    I'm still sticking to 2G if available, data plans don't matter much for me. I'll even have better battery life through that.
     

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  13. Edu
    Honeycomb Apr 13, 2014

    Edu , Apr 13, 2014 :
    Me too, rarely use of 3g network for better battery life
     

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  14. robinvdg
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 13, 2014

    robinvdg , Apr 13, 2014 :
    Yay, good news! 3G coverage.
    Not the LTE announcement, but 3G will do the work.
     

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  15. Deactivated User
    Apr 13, 2014


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  16. bataxstar
    Froyo Apr 13, 2014

  17. Rohit D
    Gingerbread Apr 13, 2014

    Rohit D , Apr 13, 2014 :
    Thanks @David S. . This is great but we would also like to know about the lte bands.

    I know as per your philosophy, H+ with 42 mbps is more than enough speed for a smartphone but also note that in most of the countries 3g speeds are restricted as they want to make sure for higher speeds people are using 4g. Please don't get me wrong here but I've been using 4g on my xperia z since launch last year and it is a big improvement over 3g speeds in UK. And someone from OP need to clear the doubt about support for band 20. As great as it sounds to have 3g coverage all over the world, the roaming costs aren't very affordable for everyone to make use of it. And in your home country, if you are using a phone that won't support 4g in 2014 is a big mistake!

    Just my 2 pence!!!
     

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  18. Elisha Siegelman
    Cupcake Apr 13, 2014


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  19. GregOrevo
    Gingerbread Apr 13, 2014


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  20. AasifMaqsood
    Honeycomb Apr 13, 2014


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