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    So, looking at the supported bands on HTC's website, I noticed they are the same as the 920. T-Mobile's current operating frequency is NOT supported on both devices, yet, the HTCs have been announced as arriving on Tmo. Does it mean we should be hopeful about a soon completed refarming?
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    Those are probably the global bands listed, they will obviously be using AWS when they hit Tmo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theefman View Post
    Those are probably the global bands listed, they will obviously be using AWS when they hit Tmo.
    No, don't crush my hopes. Lie to me, tell me "everything is gonna be alright", just like in Hollywood movies. ;)
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    I don't remember which site it was, but the specs for the 8X did list the AWS frequencies (1700/2100)
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    ...and at the press conference they did say t-mobile
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    I can't imagine T-Mo would put a phone on their network that can't fully utilize the max speeds offered by T-Mo (currently 4G HSPA+).
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    Tmobile has a sign up page for it now.

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