OPO on AT&T

anon(19981)

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Yes but it doesn't have band 5 for att LTE. I just received my opo and found out after turning it on that I have band 5 LTE in my area. I'm going to sell mine which was on for a total of five hours. I like the phone but I really want all the LTE bands on att plus I already own a g3.

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I use the phone in Charlotte and lte works fine. My moto x does have a better radio so it will hold LTE longer than the opo.

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Yes but it doesn't have band 5 for att LTE. I just received my opo and found out after turning it on that I have band 5 LTE in my area. I'm going to sell mine which was on for a total of five hours. I like the phone but I really want all the LTE bands on att plus I already own a g3.

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How much are you asking for that OPO?

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anon(19981)

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How much are you asking for that OPO?

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I'm putting it up on eBay tonight. I would sell it for what I paid for it. I would rather not have to pay eBay the 10%. I also just received a diztronic black case (unopened) yesterday. I would throw that in.

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So this phone does support standard LTE band? I don't know what Band 5 is. :(

Att uses bands 2, 4, 5 and 17 for LTE. It varies tower to tower which band is used. Band 5 is usually in more rural areas. Opo works fine on hspa and hspa+.

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I've done some cursory googling but can't find the infos myself. Does anyone have a handy link to where I can go to find out what bands are in use in my area? I'm on AT&T.