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T-Mobile, to be or not to be...........

  1. branch
    Gingerbread Aug 5, 2014

    branch , Aug 5, 2014 :
    I owned a Chinese OPO, and now I own the International OPO. No amount of tweaking helped get the Chinese OPO to work with American T-Mobile. What a difference the International OPO made with T-Mobile! I read in the forums about some wanting to switch to T-Mobile but they were not sure if the OPO would work. It works perfectly fine with the American T-Mobile company.
     

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  2. JBCJackson
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 5, 2014


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  3. branch
    Gingerbread Aug 5, 2014

    branch , Aug 5, 2014 :
    I don't think T-Mobile is in China but one could buy a Chinese Opo and export it outside of China, like to America.
     

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  4. zhaogeorge3
    Jelly Bean Aug 5, 2014

    zhaogeorge3 , Aug 5, 2014 :
    The international version has additional radios that was one of the reasons jerry said don't buy from scalpers your missing some
     

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  5. xskizzx
    Froyo Aug 5, 2014

    xskizzx , Aug 5, 2014 :
    Thanks for notifying, When I eventually get one of these I wanted to use it for T Mobile.. Just recently switched to lower my phone bill.
     

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  6. stevemac555
    Honeycomb Aug 6, 2014

    stevemac555 , Aug 6, 2014 :
    That's one of the main reason I refuse to buy a phone from China, or other countries. I am in the UK and 4G is bad enough where I am without having incompatibility issues.
     

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  7. Francois0408
    Eclair Aug 6, 2014

    Francois0408 , Aug 6, 2014 :
    It's that T mobile is a gsm carrier. And gsm is world wide.
     

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  8. Muhubo
    Cupcake Aug 6, 2014

    Muhubo , Aug 6, 2014 :
    i'm hoping to get an invite and i'm in contract with T-mobile.. is it compatible with t mobile?
     

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  9. iyllia
    Froyo Aug 6, 2014


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  10. BillMurrayz
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 6, 2014

    BillMurrayz , Aug 6, 2014 :
    Currently using my OPO on T-Mobile as well, excellent service for the prices.
     

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    sn1, Francois0408 and sandipsangani like this.
  11. Raptor619
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 6, 2014

    Raptor619 , Aug 6, 2014 :
    I have a Chinese OPO, I am using it with T-Mobile getting HSPA+. I bought it knowing I wasn't going to get 4G/LTE. HSPA+ is fast enough for me until I get an invite to get the 64gb international version.

    What was the problem with T-Mobile?
     

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  12. Francois0408
    Eclair Aug 6, 2014

    Francois0408 , Aug 6, 2014 :
    Yes it very compatible with T-mobile, it's as simple as taking your existing micro sum with an active account.
     

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  13. LYJ
    Eclair Aug 6, 2014


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  14. Eyorgo
    Eclair Sep 14, 2014

    Eyorgo , Sep 14, 2014 :
    thanks for the info guys, Im on Tmobile and I cant wait for my OPO
     

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  15. jerryr88
    Honeycomb Sep 14, 2014


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  16. Coughing
    Eclair Sep 14, 2014


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  17. gasnelb
    Cupcake Dec 3, 2014

    gasnelb , Dec 3, 2014 :
    i have tmobile and the opo i received can not be activated .i went to two tmobile store and it seems the problem is with the phone .as it will not even look for network or save an apn setting
     

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  18. itallq
    Eclair Dec 4, 2014


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