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    To verify that I'll try an att sim on my tmobile 9700
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    Quote Originally Posted by ealvnv View Post
    To verify that I'll try an att sim on my tmobile 9700
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    thats all you have to do let us know the results because the band information i got it from the blackberry website and ity even says it on the t-mobile website

    Band (frequency): 850 MHz;900 MHz;1800 MHz;1900 MHz;UMTS: Band IV (1700/2100)


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    Most Indonesian cellphone providers utilizes the 2100 MHz band for UMTS... which is why the T-Mobile 9700 (Band IV 1700/2100) will be able to get on the 3G network...



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    Guys, I'm using 9700 Tmobile unlock and I'm in indonesian,My 3G work verry good,because all of indonesian provider use 2100mhz for 3G..thx
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    I'm using Bold 2, TMO unlock, I from Venezuela,

    my provider use 900 mhz for 3G

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    Quote Originally Posted by death1246 View Post
    thats all you have to do let us know the results because the band information i got it from the blackberry website and ity even says it on the t-mobile website

    Band (frequency): 850 MHz;900 MHz;1800 MHz;1900 MHz;UMTS: Band IV (1700/2100)


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    That's correct. I hope that it works with the AT&T sim card as well, cause when I purchased my 9700, I didn't think about frequencies, I just wanted my next phone to have 3G. For my T-Mobile not to work on AT&T when i travel to Miami next month would be a real pain in the @$$

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    I can confirm the statements from my two fellow Indonesians up there. T-Mobile & AT&T's 9700s can use our country's 3G bands. My younger brother uses an AT&T 9000 and I use a T-Mobile 9700. No wonder the things sell like damn hotcakes here.

    For the record, I previously used a Vodafone 9500 and its 3G works fine too.

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    YOu CAN get the 9700 Tmobile to work with the standard frequencies, but it isn't easy. You need access to be able to change the vendor ID. All 9700's are identical, but the vendor ID decides what frequencies to use. Change it from say T-Mobile's Vendor ID to AT&T Vendor ID and you are good to go.


    Then again, stating this doesn't make it easy, you need access to the proper RIM tools, which don't really ever see the light of day outside of well....RIM

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