1. dpham00's Avatar
    I put this together based on the FCC filings. If you see any errors, please let me know.
    Attached Thumbnails M9 radio frequency support for US carriers-carrier-spectrum.jpg   M9 radio frequency support for US carriers-m9.jpg  
    03-05-2015 12:49 PM
  2. anon(871934)'s Avatar
    Given Sprint's role in the CCA the LTE bands of interest to a Sprint customer become much broader than just the Spark bands.
    nhecimo3 likes this.
    03-05-2015 01:54 PM
  3. Guy from SU's Avatar
    Do you have data for the unlocked and developer editions?
    03-06-2015 01:56 PM
  4. dpham00's Avatar
    Haven't seen anything on those.
    03-06-2015 02:37 PM
  5. Phil Nickinson's Avatar
    I need to check on the M9, but the M8 dev/unlocked was the AT&T SKU.
    03-13-2015 03:08 PM
  6. maxburn's Avatar
    I need to check on the M9, but the M8 dev/unlocked was the AT&T SKU.
    Do we know anything about the unlocked version yet?
    03-26-2015 05:34 PM
  7. msm0511's Avatar
    Do we know anything about the unlocked version yet?
    The one for preorder tonight is the AT&T sku. Just unlocked. Will work on T-Mobile or AT&T
    03-26-2015 05:58 PM
  8. Conan Kudo's Avatar
    Great post, but I noticed a few errors here:
    • Sprint's CDMA bands are BC10 (800MHz) and BC1 (1900MHz), they don't operate any BC0 (850MHz) CDMA network
    • Nobody uses LTE band 10, since that is illegal to use in the U.S. due to the FCC AWS-3 order mandating full AWS-1/3 interop plus interop with AWS-4 downlink, which requires a brand new band class
    • T-Mobile has 850MHz spectrum in one market (Myrtle Beach, SC), but it is unknown when they'll deploy WCDMA 850 service there (or if they already have deployed it)
    • T-Mobile's HTC One M9 variant does not support CDMA at all. For some reason, it's listed in the overview of the SAR report, but there is no test data for CDMA for the variant, nor is it mentioned as an approved technology. It's certain someone forgot to delete those lines from the template the report was generated from.
    • It's UMTS, not UTMS.
    • UMTS/WCDMA uses the same band numbers as LTE, so you could just use 5 for 850, 4 for 1700+2100, and 2 for 1900.
    oehrensperger likes this.
    03-26-2015 06:32 PM
  9. DroBoy's Avatar
    Will the unlock version from HTC website work on T-mobile full LTE?
    04-02-2015 11:35 AM
  10. oehrensperger's Avatar
    I'm on the dev version on T-mobile right now with LTE up and running. No band 12 in my area, but it has the model number on the back that matches the FCC docs for the ATT version, so it should work 100% with T-mobile.
    Sole07 likes this.
    04-02-2015 12:01 PM
  11. James Hazel's Avatar
    I have a developer edition and cant activate on sprint or att, anyone have these problems?
    04-04-2015 04:11 PM
  12. giper54's Avatar
    Has anyone successfully unlocked a T Mobile M9 and have it work on AT&T LTE?
    04-17-2015 05:02 PM
  13. Sole07's Avatar
    I currently have an unlocked ATT M9 with t-mobile. Works great and I do get LTE service.

    Sent from my HTC One M9 using Tapatalk
    badchris30 likes this.
    06-06-2015 08:10 AM
  14. badchris30's Avatar
    hi guys i am travelling to us next month i am using a HTC M9 from Uk EE network will itn work on Tmobile LTE network please let me know

    thanks chris
    06-09-2015 05:59 PM
  15. badchris30's Avatar
    hi mate i just got my HTC M9 from EE Uk do you think it will work on Tmobile LTE network .. thanks chris
    06-09-2015 06:02 PM
  16. Slosh01's Avatar
    Pls see below; thx.
    09-01-2015 09:14 AM
  17. Slosh01's Avatar
    I currently have an unlocked ATT M9 with t-mobile. Works great and I do get LTE service.

    Sent from my HTC One M9 using Tapatalk
    I just recently switched an unlocked AT&T HTC One M9 over to a prepaid T-Mobile sim card. After going through the dance of building the correct APN the phone is functioning as it was on AT&T's network except - the stock mobile hot spot feature does not/cannot connect or activate. Are you able to utilize the stock mobile hot spot feature on your phone or was it necessary to root & utilize a 3rd party tethering app? I've been unsuccessfully searching to see if there might be a specific APN code or line within an APN code to allow the hot spot to function as intended. Any help/info is appreciated.
    09-01-2015 09:16 AM
  18. Sole07's Avatar
    I just recently switched an unlocked AT&T HTC One M9 over to a prepaid T-Mobile sim card. After going through the dance of building the correct APN the phone is functioning as it was on AT&T's network except - the stock mobile hot spot feature does not/cannot connect or activate. Are you able to utilize the stock mobile hot spot feature on your phone or was it necessary to root & utilize a 3rd party tethering app? I've been unsuccessfully searching to see if there might be a specific APN code or line within an APN code to allow the hot spot to function as intended. Any help/info is appreciated.
    Since I never used the M9 with att I never used that service.
    Sorry I wasn't able to help.

    Sent from my HTC One M9 using Tapatalk
    09-01-2015 11:04 PM
  19. c0de_junkie's Avatar
    any chance there is one of these for Canadian carriers? thanks
    11-12-2015 03:59 PM
  20. TwitchyPuppy's Avatar
    any chance there is one of these for Canadian carriers? thanks
    Just check on GSM Arena and search for your device. You will see a list of its bands. Then, head to you -desired- carrier's website and check there to see its compatibility with their network (some even have an 'IMEI compatibility verification tool').

    Hope it helps!
    02-05-2016 10:02 AM
  21. oneeyecarpenter's Avatar
    Hi, maybe a call to EE support could give you a definite answer. After you connect to support, ask for a technician if customer service can't help.
    03-30-2017 06:32 PM

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