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    does anyone know if the tmobile htc one s use AWS 1700/2100 spectrum or the new 1900MHz spectrum? I see a lot of these phones on ebay and not one mentions AWS. I was hoping to use the 1900 MHz for reference if that's what phones compatible with tzones are moving towards. Of course I would want to look first at the international unlocked phones.

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    has anyone been flagged with using the IPV4 as opposed to IPV6? Still waiting a week to get my phone, someone at UPS royally messed up, and now google is saying i might have to wait 9 business days before my phone is even properly found

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    Anybody on here knows if the HTC Desire HD will work with the T-Zones just like the HD2? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatingslow View Post
    does anyone know if the tmobile htc one s use AWS 1700/2100 spectrum or the new 1900MHz spectrum? I see a lot of these phones on ebay and not one mentions AWS. I was hoping to use the 1900 MHz for reference if that's what phones compatible with tzones are moving towards. Of course I would want to look first at the international unlocked phones.
    The international One S does not have the 1900 band or the 1700/AWS band for 3G/4G. (Most of the ones on Ebay are international) Of cousre the Tmobile version has the AWS band for 3G/4G but I'm not sure if it has the 1900 band for 3G/4G. The HTC website does not list the band specs for the Tmobile One S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by banz311 View Post
    has anyone been flagged with using the IPV4 as opposed to IPV6? Still waiting a week to get my phone, someone at UPS royally messed up, and now google is saying i might have to wait 9 business days before my phone is even properly found
    To my knowledge nobody has been flagged using Tzones or Web2Go with the Galaxy Nexus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatingslow View Post
    does anyone know if the tmobile htc one s use AWS 1700/2100 spectrum or the new 1900MHz spectrum? I see a lot of these phones on ebay and not one mentions AWS. I was hoping to use the 1900 MHz for reference if that's what phones compatible with tzones are moving towards. Of course I would want to look first at the international unlocked phones.
    From the T-Mobile US specs list for the One S:

    Network
    3G/4G Capable
    GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900
    Band I (UMTS2100), Band II (1900), Band IV(1700/2100), Band V (850)

    http://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-4261
    Last edited by popartist; 05-06-2012 at 10:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by popartist View Post
    From the T-Mobile US specs list for the One S:

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    3G/4G Capable
    GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900
    Band I (UMTS2100), Band II (1900), Band IV(1700/2100), Band V (850)

    http://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-4261
    Okay thanks. Apparently, everyone who's selling the HTC One S and saying it's for Tmobile on Ebay is just copying and pasting the specs of the international model. That's why I was confused. I'm trying to be patient and wait for a Canadian version of the new models either HTC One S or Galaxy SIII since they are most likely to work with tzones. Otherwise, I'll go for the Galaxy nexus if it's not flagged by then.

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    Well I think it's more eBay's fault, the listing wizard has that as standard for the One S regardless of carrier, so that's why everyone's listing is like that.

    (BTW, the box for the phone lists all those bands as well)

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    I'm on the old Nationwide talk & text w/ t-zones. Currently I'm using a Pre2, edge speeds but I'm mostly around WiFi so it does ok. Tree foliage is killing reception at home. During the winter I can get reception in the basement, now that spring has come I barely even get a signal on the second floor. Last year I cludged through by using an old sgh-t339 and swapping sims or forwarding to it when the Pre2 was unreachable. While I like webOS, it's not enough to go through that hassle again especially with edge speeds. What are my options for a smartphone with WiFi calling that will work with t-zones?

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    Anyone have updates on the HTC One X ATT version, working on tzones???

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    Can anyone who has purchased a Galaxy Nexus from Google Play confirm that their phone has continued to work on tzones for at least two weeks or longer? Just making sure tmobile won't be blocking this phone since it's available domestically and IMEI numbers may be known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatingslow
    Can anyone who has purchased a Galaxy Nexus from Google Play confirm that their phone has continued to work on tzones for at least two weeks or longer? Just making sure tmobile won't be blocking this phone since it's available domestically and IMEI numbers may be known.
    There's a possibilty because it is officially available in States now and it has AWS HSPA+.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatingslow View Post
    Can anyone who has purchased a Galaxy Nexus from Google Play confirm that their phone has continued to work on tzones for at least two weeks or longer? Just making sure tmobile won't be blocking this phone since it's available domestically and IMEI numbers may be known.
    Its Day 25 for my Nexus today and its working great so far with T-Zones. I am loving it.

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    have all you guys using the nexus switched to ipv6? difference in the way the phone performs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SebastianLee View Post
    What are my options for a smartphone with WiFi calling that will work with t-zones?
    Well the Nokia E73 and I think the Nokia Astound have wifi calling. Also I believe a blackberry such as the BB 9700 will work on tzones (no blackberry services) and it has a wifi calling.

    Most of the branded Android phones have wifi calling but they are blocked from tzones. I think I saw where you could put the wifi app onto an unbranded Android phone but I can't remember which unbranded Android phone that was.

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