It will not work on 3G, it needs AWS 1700 (uplink)/2100 (downlink).Networking System HSDPA 3.6Mbps, UMTS 2100
Is the ASUS M930 a good phone that would work on the US T-Mobile Network?
How that inside screen is very tiny.
So I see that t-mobile uses 850 and 1900, but the m930 doesn't have the 850 band. How will that affect usability on the network (washington state)? or will it do anything at all..
It might affect you if you are a heavy roamer on AT&T or regional GSM providers.
T-Mobile's native network is 1900, so if you stay within most towns and major highways most of the time, you might be safe.
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Up an down the major highways in WA, you will have TMO native coverage (1900).
But along the northwest coast and in the northeast section of the state it appears to be roaming, per the map.
It doesn't say what frequency the roaming is ... so buyer be aware.