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  1. KoukiFC3S's Avatar
    colon?
    u mean dash?
    Lol yes, I always get those confused.
    11-04-2012 12:05 AM
  2. independentvolume's Avatar
    Congrats bud. One of a handful with a 920 on tmobile. Straight cash
    11-04-2012 12:19 AM
  3. Mediademics's Avatar
    Congrats!
    11-04-2012 12:33 AM
  4. Gyeames's Avatar
    just wondering for all the non at&t customers. where are you guys planning to buy the unlocked version of the 920?
    11-04-2012 12:51 AM
  5. unstoppablekem's Avatar
    i believe that "H" stands for HSPA+?
    No, HSDPA (3G).
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    11-04-2012 12:56 AM
  6. MAERSK's Avatar
    Hey FC3S, nice pics especially of that MX5. Also <3 kouki fc3s over zenki

    Gratz on the L920
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    11-04-2012 01:30 AM
  7. theeboredone's Avatar
    I'm so jelly. I really hope it won't be too hard to pick up a T-Mobile working 920 down the road.
    11-04-2012 01:43 AM
  8. TechyMexican's Avatar
    It's awesome that the Rodgers Lumia 920 works on T-Mobile. $650 is a little high but I am going to have to break the piggy bank
    11-04-2012 01:46 AM
  9. jmajid's Avatar
    congrats thanks for sharing this.
    this pretty much makes up my mind for me, I have been using att with my n8, getting speeds of 2+Mbs and I have been happy enough. So if I get the unlocked or international version I will be getting hsupa speeds similar to you...
    11-04-2012 06:41 AM
  10. pilot04's Avatar
    This is awesome as I was leaning towards HTC 8X so glad to hear first report of L920 on T-mobile besides the reported Rogers unlocked units on WIND. Hope you can get the MMS worked out and customers can get a hold of these unlocked L920 at reasonable prices.
    11-04-2012 08:33 AM
  11. pdjcrawford's Avatar
    Screenshot posted of Rogers L920 on T-Mobile in Buffalo with full 4G signal.

    Lumia 920 for T-Mobile unofficial/official thread
    KoukiFC3S and jmajid like this.
    11-04-2012 08:43 AM
  12. skeptic186's Avatar
    Yes, I was on Verizon.
    If you were on Verizon...

    It seems like a new option, I don't remember seeing this on my old Lumia 900.
    Then how were you using a Lumia 900?

    Inquiring minds want to know! :lol:
    11-04-2012 08:58 AM
  13. devize's Avatar
    It's awesome that the Rodgers Lumia 920 works on T-Mobile. $650 is a little high but I am going to have to break the piggy bank
    Atleast it isn't $829 like in Australia. That'd be even more in US$. Luckily for me, a retailer mixed up the pre-order prices with the 820 and 920 and I scored the 920 for $699. Still more expensive than you.
    11-04-2012 09:06 AM
  14. metalchick719's Avatar
    I used to see an H on my HTC Touch Pro 2 back in the day :) I seem to recall lots of people asking what the H on their phones meant back then - that was when 3G was going live on T-Mobile. Nothing out of the ordinary. Perhaps the dev phones just have the H rather than anything else.
    Ahh, okay. I've only ever seen "E" or "3G" on my own phones, so is all new to me. :P
    11-04-2012 09:09 AM
  15. ashykat's Avatar
    I've searched high and low but keep getting different answers, so hopefully someone with phone in hand can tell me if there is support for custom SMS/Alert tones?
    11-04-2012 09:42 AM
  16. fjbeiderbecke's Avatar
    Got my data working!

    Had to go to settings, access points, and select tmobile. Derp!! I thought everything was handled in cellular settings.

    H should be for HSPA+. Gonna do some speed tests now. BRB! :D

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    I can not edit the APN. Are you going with the stock T-Mobile settings?

    I have seen brief flashes of H+ but I mainly stay on 3G and E.
    11-04-2012 09:53 AM
  17. zolgi's Avatar
    I've searched high and low but keep getting different answers, so hopefully someone with phone in hand can tell me if there is support for custom SMS/Alert tones?
    Well there has allways been custom alarm sounds but still no for sms. I would like that feature come in windows phone and quick. And sounds for facebook chat and so on...
    11-04-2012 09:55 AM
  18. KoukiFC3S's Avatar
    If you were on Verizon...



    Then how were you using a Lumia 900?

    Inquiring minds want to know! :lol:
    I was using it with net 10 prepaid. I've been wanting to switch to windows phone for a while, but the 900 wasn't there yet. With windows phone 8, I'm much more satisfied.

    I've searched high and low but keep getting different answers, so hopefully someone with phone in hand can tell me if there is support for custom SMS/Alert tones?
    Looks like it's only for ringtones. I tapped on more info and found this.



    11-04-2012 09:59 AM
  19. kendric84's Avatar
    Are we talking about a device given out at the build conference or an unlocked device from a carrier? In an Engadget interview, Steven Elop said they would not be supporting 1700 MHz anywhere.

    I think it's more likely that the person with the Rogers 920 ventured into an area where T-Mobile has already re-farmed their 1900 MHz spectrum. Looking at the map, it appears there is some 1900 MHz 3G coverage in Buffalo.

    http://airportal.de/
    Last edited by kendric84; 11-04-2012 at 10:10 AM. Reason: Link to map
    11-04-2012 10:08 AM
  20. zolgi's Avatar
    I was using it with net 10 prepaid. I've been wanting to switch to windows phone for a while, but the 900 wasn't there yet. With windows phone 8, I'm much more satisfied.



    Looks like it's only for ringtones. I tapped on more info and found this.

    Click to view quoted image


    Click to view quoted image
    Go alarm clock and when setting alarm, there is option to choose ringtone, even custom.
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    11-04-2012 10:10 AM
  21. KoukiFC3S's Avatar
    I can not edit the APN. Are you going with the stock T-Mobile settings?

    I have seen brief flashes of H+ but I mainly stay on 3G and E.
    Yes I am using the stock settings. You can not edit the stock apns, but you can add a new one. I wasn't able to add the mmsc address because of the dash, so I'm just using the stock apn for now.

    Where are you located? All I've seen from my phone is H, but we have really good HSPA coverage here.

    Are we talking about a device given out at the build conference or an unlocked device from a carrier? In an Engadget interview, Steven Elop said they would not be supporting 1700 MHz anywhere.

    I think it's more likely that the person with the Rogers 920 ventured into an area where T-Mobile has already re-farmed their 1900 MHz spectrum. Looking at the map, it appears there is some 1900 MHz 3G coverage in Buffalo.

    Sightings of T-Mobile 3G/4G/HSPA+ coverage on 1900MHz (PCS/UMTS band II)
    Mine is the dev unit. Its box says that it supports 1700 aws.
    11-04-2012 10:13 AM
  22. metalchick719's Avatar
    Are we talking about a device given out at the build conference or an unlocked device from a carrier? In an Engadget interview, Steven Elop said they would not be supporting 1700 MHz anywhere.

    I think it's more likely that the person with the Rogers 920 ventured into an area where T-Mobile has already re-farmed their 1900 MHz spectrum. Looking at the map, it appears there is some 1900 MHz 3G coverage in Buffalo.

    Sightings of T-Mobile 3G/4G/HSPA+ coverage on 1900MHz (PCS/UMTS band II)
    That doesn't really mean much. I'm in Queens, NY and there have been reports of 3G showing on unlocked iPhones being used on T-Mobile, even in my immediate area, but I've personally still never seen anything but EDGE on mine. I think there are indeed 920s that are supporting 1700. There are a few being sold on Negri Electronics, for instance.
    11-04-2012 10:17 AM
  23. tai4de2's Avatar
    Here are the settings I am using.
    11-04-2012 10:25 AM
  24. tai4de2's Avatar
    I think it's more likely that the person with the Rogers 920 ventured into an area where T-Mobile has already re-farmed their 1900 MHz spectrum.
    The Rogers 920 supports UMTS on AWS.

    Firstly, it says so right on the box.

    Secondly, I confirmed it myself. I put my T-Mo SIM card into a device that I know for sure does NOT support AWS UMTS (it happens to be an unlocked int'l Lumia 900). I get only Edge on that device. I then put the SIM into my Rogers 920. I get 3G.
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    11-04-2012 10:30 AM
  25. kendric84's Avatar
    The Rogers 920 supports UMTS on AWS.

    Firstly, it says so right on the box.

    Secondly, I confirmed it myself. I put my T-Mo SIM card into a device that I know for sure does NOT support AWS UMTS (it happens to be an unlocked int'l Lumia 900). I get only Edge on that device. I then put the SIM into my Rogers 920. I get 3G.

    Very excited to hear that! I thought all hope was lost when I watched the Elop interview.
    Last edited by duvi; 11-04-2012 at 10:44 AM.
    11-04-2012 10:39 AM
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