The att note 5 will get all the lte bands tmobile needs. We won't discuss 4g since you aren't concerned about it.
The tmobile Note 5 gets most of the lte bands for att,but is missing two secondary bands
Both are soon locked, but you could get it unlocked
Features like wfc night not work.
The att version doesn't support aws the 4g which tmobile uses...it depends on whether or not your area uses it...Say I am concerned with 4g. How does that factor into which model is best to get? And to be clear the Att model supports all T-Mobile lte bands if unlocked? Thanks!
The att version doesn't support aws 4g. So you will not be able to get aws 4g no matter where you are. TMobile has pcs 4g deployed in certain areas however aws is Tmobile's main 4g deployment.So the Att version can support it if my area uses it or it doesn't at all no matter what?
The att version doesn't support 4g aws. Note that att considers h+ umts to be 4g,but Samsung considers h+ umts to be 3g.So does it or doesn't it have aws??
Again, att doesn't support h+ aws umts. The tmobile one does. Both att and tmobile support aws lte.But it's not the same even though Att and Samsung consider aws 3G or 4g? Also is there a difference between b17, b12 and b29? Are they different sections of 700? Thanks for your help !!!
Again, att doesn't support h+ aws umts. The tmobile one does. Both att and tmobile support aws lte.
LTE band 29 is a minor band for att. B17 is a subset of b12 but the Carrier needs to support the specific band for it to work