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OnePlus One LTE Bands

  1. rmuk
    Honeycomb May 25, 2014

    rmuk , May 25, 2014 :
    I'm sure this is covered elsewhere, but I thought I'd try to consolidate it with bright graphics. See the notes at the bottom if you're a bit confused by this.

    [​IMG]

    Just to explain; the individual LTE Bands that the OPO supports are listed for each country.
    • "Unsupported LTE Bands" simply means that the network provides LTE on a frequency the OPO doesn't support.
    • If you're on a network with only Unsupported bands (example: UK Vodafone) you won't be able to use LTE on the OPO.
    • If you're on a network with only numbered Bands marked (example: UK EE) you'll be able to use that network's entire LTE service.
    • Finally, if you're on a network that's a mixture (example: UK Three) you'll have limited LTE coverage compared to a 100% compatible phone but you'll still be able to use LTE in some locations.

    If anyone wants one of these creating for another country or spots an error, please let me know.

    Edit: Thanks to @perth1950 for pointing out that a complete global list is available on Bigipedia.
    Edit 2: Removed Verizon and Sprint from the United States diagram as per suggestion by @wmm
    Edit 3: Added a table for our Antipodal friends down-under.
    Edit 4: India added and my word those people have a lot of networks.
    Edit 5: Three have depreciated their 2G service in the UK for the most part, so I removed that dot. Also added a diagram for our fellow island dwellers in Ireland.
    Edit 6: France and Germany added.
    Edit 7: Condensed the diagrams and added The Netherlands for @Linkwint9
    Edit 8: Spain! (for @agodo ) Belgium! (for @Okarin and @Thijs )
    Edit 9: Added Brazil for the World Cup! Wooo!
    Edit 10: Italy added for @Cvetko94 and Iceland added for a friend. BUT WE'RE ALL FRIENDS NOW.
    Edit 11: Added Puerto Rico for @moon4567
    Edit 12: Added Portugal for @Emanuell Hitardo
    Edit 13: Added Finland and Scandinania for @Moksu
    Edit 14: Put the whole damn thing into alphabetical order
    Edit 15: Seperated Australia and NZ into two separate things.
    Edit 16: Corrected an error with Mobistar Belgium as spotted by @b.duterme
    Edit 17: Condensed the entire thing into one big image to get around the forum's new 20-image-per-post limit.
     
    Last edited: Jul 6, 2014

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  2. Deactivated User
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  3. ExiledAlex
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 25, 2014

  4. FilthyGrundel
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 25, 2014


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  5. prstorero
    Jelly Bean May 25, 2014

    prstorero , May 25, 2014 :
    This looks nice. It will be a perfect reference for anyone that needs to know.

    Edit: I have added this thread to my signature in hopes of preventing possible new threads and as a reference for those who need to know :)
     

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  6. NextgeN
    Gingerbread May 25, 2014


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  7. perth1950
    Jelly Bean May 25, 2014


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  8. deejay01
    KitKat May 25, 2014


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  9. Michael156
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 25, 2014

    Michael156 , May 25, 2014 :
    Very useful post, nice to see it visually than look through numbered lists. I hope Three expand their 4G lineup, buying some band 4 and 7 would be beautiful. Worried that I won't have the best 4G coverage with only band 3
     

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  10. Darnell
    Jelly Bean May 25, 2014


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  11. rmuk
    Honeycomb May 25, 2014

    rmuk , May 25, 2014 :
    Yeah, it's a shame but I'm hopeful that over the next year or so Three and the other networks will close in on EE. That said, I'm currently getting 14mb/s down on Three's 3G service so I'm not too worried. :)

    ********* I wish I'd found that about two hours ago!
     

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  12. perth1950
    Jelly Bean May 25, 2014

    perth1950 , May 25, 2014 :
    Pleasure.
     

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  13. Michael156
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 25, 2014

    Michael156 , May 25, 2014 :
    On their 3G?? Dayum I don't get 3g as fast as that
     

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  14. TeamValor91
    Community Veteran May 25, 2014


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  15. Michael156
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 25, 2014

    Michael156 , May 25, 2014 :
    Also I'm assuming you mean 14mbps right?
     

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  16. beleaf
    Jelly Bean May 25, 2014

    beleaf , May 25, 2014 :
    This makes things very easily to understand at a glance. Thanks for posting!
     

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  17. Pranav
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 25, 2014


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  18. billy gan
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 25, 2014


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  19. rmuk
    Honeycomb May 25, 2014

    rmuk , May 25, 2014 :
    Yeah, that's right. Using a Nexus 4 on Three in Nottingham:

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    It does drop off a bit outside the city though, which is a shame.
     

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  20. vitorm
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 25, 2014


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