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Old 10-22-2011, 10:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys

I have a torch 9810(all bb's from singapore are unlocked) from singapore and i am going to the US soon for college. I was wondering if i could use my phone over there without any problems. For example, could i use my phone on AT&T or T-mobile without any problems connecting to their network?

Would i suffer slower internet speeds than if i were to get a native set from either telcos?


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Depends upon what frequency bands the phone has. T-Mo and ATT use different 3G frequencies. An ATT device will give you EDGE only on T-Mo and vice versa.
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How do i check what frequency my phone is on?
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