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    Hey everyone, so I have my Nokia Lumia 810 which I will be selling soon since I have a Lumia 925 now. The question is I am going to unlock my 810 from t-mobile and will its 3G frequency work flawless on at&t network?
    Thanks.
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    It will work except your T mobile aaps might not, borrow a SIM card from someone with AT&T and see,
    but the 810 doesn't work flawlessly on TM so why would it on AT&T?
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    Frequency-wise yes.. i don't see why it shouldn't specially if its unlocked even if the device isn't LTE capable (which is BS coz it IS).
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    here are the specs for 2/3G

    2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
    3G Network HSDPA 1700 / 2100
    (4G) HSDPA+ 850 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100

    The app store will work just fine as long as your phone is setup to work in said country. I have a Lumia 900 that is ATT branded working just fine buying apps from the store and I have been able to install some Tmobile apps also.
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    An unlocked 810 will work fine on ATT with 3G speeds........I know because I am using one. As far as the T-Mobile Apps, I don't know because they were the first things I deleted. Everything else works fine though.
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    Yes, i can see Tmo apps not working when you're using ATT frequency... but ya know.. less carrier bloatware, the better lol.
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    Frequecy has nothing to do with apps working. the MODEL OF PHONE used does. Having the Lumia 900 on T-Mobile has not hampered my access to any Windows phone apps including Tmobile ones.. MS uses your ph# and country settings speficied in your LIVE! account to determine what apps you can buy in store using your phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Novak1 View Post
    Frequecy has nothing to do with apps working. the MODEL OF PHONE used does. Having the Lumia 900 on T-Mobile has not hampered my access to any Windows phone apps including Tmobile ones.. MS uses your ph# and country settings speficied in your LIVE! account to determine what apps you can buy in store using your phone.
    The only way to get an app not available for you country is to be in the country were it's available and have a SIM purchased in that country OR use a proxy like the one that was available for a few months before MS or Nokia blocked it. It only showed that you were on Nokia phone, not country, phone number or model. I got some apps only available in the UK that way.

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