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T-Mobile 600Mhz

  1. InDiSent
    Froyo Aug 22, 2017

    InDiSent , Aug 22, 2017 :
    Now that T-Mobile has started using 600Mhz, will the next phone support it?
     

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  2. wleonardocruz
    Gingerbread Aug 28, 2017


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  3. dboyrusky
    Gingerbread Nov 12, 2017


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  4. jlye834
    Eclair Dec 14, 2017


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  5. Aggressions
    Gingerbread Jan 6, 2018

    Aggressions , Jan 6, 2018 :
    I don't think Oneplus will support tmo 600mh band yet. as it is early stages. For example in wyoming. The only phone i know that supports it is the lgv30.
     

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  6. mega90210
    Cupcake Jan 10, 2018

    mega90210 , Jan 10, 2018 :
    Folks,
    I just bought a new one plus 3T while in Dubai and I love the phone. Though I'm still outside the USA, my T-Mobile USA SIM card is not being recognized on my phone.
    My 2nd SIM card lot is occupied by another foreign network provider and I'm able to make voice calls and send SMS using the foreign SIM card.

    How can I resole my Tmobile USA SIM card issue so it becomes recognized on my cellphone?
     

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  7. Aggressions
    Gingerbread Jan 10, 2018

    Aggressions , Jan 10, 2018 :
    in order for your phone to recognize the T-Mobile SIM card you have to be in a T-Mobile service area since you are outside of the T-Mobile area meaning you are roaming you won't be able to have a working T-Mobile line until you register on T-Mobile towers. kinda like first time setup.
     

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  8. tanner.j.michels
    Gingerbread Feb 6, 2018

    tanner.j.michels , Feb 6, 2018 :
    Yes they need to make a Carrier Deal with T-Mobile and get certified on LTE band 71 (600mhz) immediately. ATT is expanding but not with new technology so it will be able to be compatible with everything ATT, but I fear that OnePlus won't get certified with T-Mobile unless they make a Carrier Deal with them. It took OnePlus a long enough time to become VoLTE and VoWifi compatible. I rather not go through that again!! Samsung phone's are beats when it comes to speed and service because they do something special with their antennas and have the latest technologies. Having a cool phone is great, but it's useless unless it gets service. I think OnePlus should start focusing more on Tuning their antennas, and band connectivity. Make it a selling point! we all know it will have decent and up-to-date specs. So now emphasize it's connectivity and strive to get better tech with it!
    A Story: A new Samsung Galaxy and a OnePlus, and a Pixel 2, all on the same carrier went on a trip... the Samsung never lost service, The pixel 2 went in and out once or twice, the OnePlus lost signal quite alot especially in the hills. Moral of the story: Not everyone has to love Samsung, but they have been in the phone industry for years! They have had many years perfecting their antennas and connectivity, Google is newer but has a lot of money power to create an excellent device, then finally OnePlus is great, but still a baby, it doesn't have the money or experience the other companies do so they will need to work harder.

    Band 71, 600Mhz. woot woot!!!
     

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  9. kpoyser
    Gingerbread May 4, 2018

  10. warrenth
    Gingerbread May 10, 2018

    warrenth , May 10, 2018 :
    the Modem in the phone works on LTE 71, but it will depend if it has the correct antenna. If it does support it, I have 5 people at work that will buy it. and OnePlus could tweet out to @johnlegere @tmobile seventy-oneplus reasons to retweet on May 16th. #oneplus6 @OnePlus.
     

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  11. Aggressions
    Gingerbread Jun 6, 2018

    Aggressions , Jun 6, 2018 :
    I have seem the specs and oneplus6 supports band 71 which is 600mhz for tmobuleT (only reason I purchased the white version yesyeyest) no unfortunately band 71 is only fully deployed chayenne wyimWyo and few east coast city's.
     

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  12. Aggressions
    Gingerbread Jun 29, 2018

    Aggressions , Jun 29, 2018 :
    yeah that post was before the spec and phone was released. as you can see you on a later post I said my phone connected bto their band 71.
     

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  13. dantusris
    Gingerbread Aug 19, 2018


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  14. konomasa
    Gingerbread Aug 19, 2018

    konomasa , Aug 19, 2018 :
    yes it was in the article only the OnePlus 6T bought from T-Mobile will work on the 600Mhz. depends if you buy it from T-Mobile or directly from OnePlus, I would rather get mines from OnePlus since you'll be getting T-Mobile bloat ware and the added on taxes for the phone. So like if you buy the OnePlus 6 in California you'll pay 579.99 + 75 electronic fee + state tax and Federal tax. it's better to buy it directly from OnePlus.
     

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  15. Lelander2015
    Gingerbread Aug 19, 2018

    Lelander2015 , Aug 19, 2018 :
    this is qualcomms snapdragon and radios. one plus is ready now for 600, TMobile just needs to activate
     

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  16. hahaha2223
    Jelly Bean Aug 19, 2018


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  17. tanner.j.michels
    Gingerbread Aug 20, 2018

    tanner.j.michels , Aug 20, 2018 :
    Kinda. alA phone can have a band without it having an optimization for the network. An example would be Hotspot or Teathering. TMobile can and sometimes does slow down speeds during hotspots unless the phone is certified TMobile.
     

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  18. Lelander2015
    Gingerbread Aug 20, 2018


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  19. NickMidd91
    Gingerbread Aug 20, 2018


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  20. hahaha2223
    Jelly Bean Aug 20, 2018

    hahaha2223 , Aug 20, 2018 :
    I think optimization for the network comes with apn settings. Otherwise phone manufacturers have to code in a lot of cell towers
     

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