1. Jose Estrada's Avatar
    I have an unlocked AT&T Note 2 I am using it on tmobile at this moment. I have 3g/4g hspa+. I know that tmobile just rolled out its lte. Is there a way I can have lte on this phone? Thanks for the help
    04-10-2013 07:39 PM
  2. iOS Gravity's Avatar
    I have an unlocked AT&T Note 2 I am using it on tmobile at this moment. I have 3g/4g hspa+. I know that tmobile just rolled out its lte. Is there a way I can have lte on this phone? Thanks for the help
    They are changing their bands to the ones supported by AT&T phones so it could support the iPhone 5 coming on the 12th. They will get full LTE coverage late next year. Verizon and AT&T will get full LTE coverage by the end of the year or early next year. You're welcome to ask further questions on the topic I can help.
    04-10-2013 07:52 PM
  3. raider09's Avatar
    I've read a couple of places in order to obtain LTE is to download the latest tmobile modem, but the question for me now is where do I find it?

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    I've read a couple of places in order to obtain LTE is to download the latest tmobile modem, but the question for me now is where do I find it?
    07-18-2013 05:41 PM
  4. ericrangel76's Avatar
    I've read a couple of places in order to obtain LTE is to download the latest tmobile modem, but the question for me now is where do I find it?

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    I've read a couple of places in order to obtain LTE is to download the latest tmobile modem, but the question for me now is where do I find it?
    It's my understanding that if you install a Tmobile modem on an unlocked Att GN2, it will brick your phone. What you can do is install a mod that enables 3G/4G AWS bands from Tmobile on your phone. I did this mod but I can't verify the LTE coverage because there isn't LTE coverage where I live yet but others claim this works. Here's where I got help out.

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    07-19-2013 01:38 AM
  5. Internet_Tough_Guy's Avatar
    TMobile LTE is on UMTS frequency band IV (AWS) spectrum. Band IV AWS consists of the 1700 / 2100 MHz band pair. Data is transmitted upstream on 1700 MHz and downstream on 2100 MHz. A device must support both frequencies to access T-Mobile's AWS data services.

    I'm too lazy to read the ATT phone's UMTS frequency range support...does it say Band IV? Does it have 1700 and 2100 UMTS frequency (Band I and Band IV)?
    07-19-2013 01:09 PM
  6. exdroid's Avatar
    AT&T uses the frequencies 700MHz band 17 & 29, 1700MHz band 4, 2300MHz band 30.
    09-06-2013 01:15 PM
  7. will_solo's Avatar
    Have you confirmed your area even has LTE yet?
    09-10-2013 07:28 PM
  8. smokinHawk's Avatar
    im using a tmoble note 2 with at&t and smart talk, getting 4g lte on both services.
    09-24-2013 02:49 PM
  9. smokinHawk's Avatar
    let me clarify my last post. Using the AT&T sim on either note 2 the tmobile or at&t i get 4g hspa, using straight talk on either of them I can get 4g lte, I also have gotten 4g hspa
    the phones are capable of getting 4g lte and hspa, just if the network offers it (in your area)
    was getting about 5mg down with hspa (att) and 19mg down with 4glte (straight talk)
    09-26-2013 10:44 AM

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