850MHz or 900MHz? AT&T or TMobile?
feydreva at lsu.fr
Sun Mar 23 03:07:12 CET 2008
I do have almost the same question...
I live in US, but I m european, and goes back there very often, plan on
comming back to europe in less than a year
I am with T-mobile, and from what I heard/read, T-mobile in US is
mainly 1900 Mhz.
So, I i have a 1900/900 phone in US, will I really suffer from not
having the 850 Mhz ?
Does T-mobile US really uses the 850 Mhz
Openmoko really need to be a Quad-band phone....
Is there any plans for it ?
On Wed, 2008-03-19 at 07:28 -0500, Adam Hough wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-03-19 at 04:02 -0700, Ajit Natarajan wrote:
> > Hello,
> > A question from a cell phone newbie.
> > I understand that the Freerunner will come in two varieties: 850MHz and
> > 900MHz. I live in the Silicon Valley in California. My work zip is
> > 95014 (Cupertino) and my home zip is 95008 (Campbell). In and around
> > these areas is where I expect to be most of the time.
> > Should I get the 850MHz version phone or the 900MHz?
> > Which would be the better provider for this area: AT&T or TMobile?
> > If I should RTFM, please send me a pointer to where I should look to get
> > my answers.
> > Thanks!
> > Ajit
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> Most likely you want to get the 850Mhz version because as far as I know
> there is no 900Mhz GSM frequency band in use in the US.
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