I wonder what specs do I need to be looking for to get proper cellular, calling, text, and data, for Tmo indoors?
I also know that what will give good data reception may not necessarily give good talk and text reception.
So I need to know what specs to look for to ensure proper talk and text and what specs to look for to ensure proper data reception.
Thank you for your help.
I travel to places where I have no say over installation of hardware to better my reception.
So I need the specs.
They keep on adding new bands to phones, but is tbat for data or is that for talk and text, and some phones have aws and some do not. Does aws make indoor talk and text reception more able?
If it will carry out when mobile data is off, is that still considered VOLTE?
And if it is still considered, then which bands will allow the best reception indoors?
And if no band will allow a better indoors reception, then please explain the amplifiers to me. Are they heavy? How expensive? How do you install one? If it is carried on your person and brought indoors, indoors where there is weak to no current talk and text signal, what will it do to make the signal stronger? I am aware that some unit reroute your calls through wifi, which with GV that is already covered, and some units have a piece outdoors and it runs via wire to another piece indoors, so it carries the good outdoors signal into indoors, but that is not usually a solution when you are constantky on the move from office building to office building.
Awaiting to hear more good news.
For HSPA, you need both 1700 (AWS) (Band IV) and 1900 (PCS) (band II)
For LTE, it should have band 2, 4, and 12. It should have VoLTE which in most cases means it should be a phone that is sold by T-Mobile although there are a few exceptions.
Having all of the bands and VoLTE will give you the greatest opportunity at functionality.
If you don't need mobile data then just get a phone on an AT&T or Verizon MVNO so that you will get their voice calling instead of trying to get T-Mobile to give you equivalent indoor coverage. It just doesn't make sense why you're trying to get T-Mobile to provide you equivalent voice coverage when AT&T or Verizon already does it.How will I then enable TMO to work indoors as well as Verizon and ATT?
Band 12 phone