Anyone Know what bands are in the AT&T version?

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2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
CDMA 800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA
CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
4G Network LTE
SIM Nano-SIM
 

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2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
CDMA 800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA
CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
4G Network LTE
SIM Nano-SIM

That doesn't answer his question. What he is asking is will it support all of AT&T's and T-Mobiles AWS and LTE frequencies also.

I don't think they announced that yet NineONine. My guess is that it won't include T-Mobile's.
 

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That doesn't answer his question. What he is asking is will it support all of AT&T's and T-Mobiles AWS and LTE frequencies also.

I don't think they announced that yet NineONine. My guess is that it won't include T-Mobile's.

Thanks, I have an AT&T gift card and specifically was wondering if the AT&T model contained the necessary radio frequency to connect to T-mobile's LTE
 

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Well I think it's most likely dependent on geographic region. Like dr3wster said the Moto X is listed with bands 2/4/5/17. AT&T operates band 2 (1900MHz) nationwide. Band 4 (1700MHz d/e) which it acquired from Leap Wireless, so I'm guessing areas that Leap served before AT&T took over the spectrum. They have 1700MHz d/e deployed nationwide and in Puerto Rico, so it's a bit difficult to say if you'll actually get LTE on T-Mobile with the AT&T Moto X. I know Metro PCS LTE works on 1700MHz (d) so it'll work with the AT&T Moto X. But it supports T-Mobile's d/e 1700MHz bands so I don't really see why not. Band 5 is the 850MHz. Band 17 (700MHz b/c) is mainly Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands. I'm ordering one to unlock for use on Metro PCS.
 

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I read this on android community.

?Oh, and for those on T-Mobile. You can buy an AT&T; model off-contract and customize it, then just unlock it for T-Mobile and still enjoy LTE. But we didn?t tell you that.?


http://androidcommunity.com/moto-maker-opens-for-online-orders-full-retail-moto-x-for-579-20130827/

Who wants to give it a try first?

And here is AT&T carrier unlock info.

https://forums.androidcentral.com/e...viceunlock%2Fclient%2Fen_US%2F&token=HrVxPBmJ

I also seen a video of an att moto x running T-Mobile LTE on you tube.

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