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    Well is it, I sucking with looking up all the frequency bands, but I'm just wondering is the HTC 8X LTE compatible with Tmobile new LTE?
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    It's not 4G LTE ready for T-Mobile UK (EE)

    If you're referring to the US carrier then I have no idea lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pepsijosh View Post
    It's not 4G LTE ready for T-Mobile UK (EE)

    If you're referring to the US carrier then I have no idea lol.
    Yeah should been more specific, looking for US Tmobile Users!
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    Only way to find out is if you unlock it and try to use att 4G
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maserati Storm View Post
    Only way to find out is if you unlock it and try to use att 4G
    Sent from my Windows Phone 8X by HTC using Board Express
    Or someone who lives in an already reframed area can tell me?
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    hope so lol
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    Well I've read something on Tmonews that the Lumia 810 is so I assume the 8X is as well since they have the same chipset.
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    Wait, are you talking about T-mobile HSPA+ network? If so then yes its "4G" on T-Mobile
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maserati Storm View Post
    Wait, are you talking about T-mobile HSPA+ network? If so then yes its "4G" on T-Mobile
    No Tmobile is currently HSPA+ but they already activated the new 4G LTE in some areas and are planning to go nationwide with LTE.
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    Not sure...I have the 4G symbol on phone. I thought I read somewhere you would have a H+ if you were using HSPA+?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flagz View Post
    No Tmobile is currently HSPA+ but they already activated the new 4G LTE in some areas and are planning to go nationwide with LTE.
    what areas would that be?

    i'm 4g (hspa+) all around nyc. never see a LTE symbol
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    Quote Originally Posted by tofu. View Post
    what areas would that be?

    i'm 4g (hspa+) all around nyc. never see a LTE symbol
    I think the only city they announced was Vegas and I believe Chicago. They said end of year it should be nationwide LTE. And 3G will be H+
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    fingers crossed that my grandfathered t-zones is LTE enabled.

    doubt it, though

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