I'm happy to apologise as I was not aware of the scale of the rollout on 700mhz by Free. So sorry.
I'm worried now because it is obvious that Free uses 800mhz by DEFAULT without any antennas. Which clearly means the same as aggregating off Bouygues in Paris. They should make this clear as I...
Yeah I'm on Free. Other operators don't make any sense because Free gives 50gig at 16EUR, plus other benefits.
Heavily populated is a relative term, but I live in fields, on the outskirts of a city.
As far as I am aware they do not use 800mhz at all, but they do use limited 3G of Orange.
Well my operator in france doesn't use band 20. At all. Even DEFAULT
Thanks for the misinformation though.
Perhaps band 20 works well in Sweden, in fact they heavily invested in the technology as it is not a densely populated country, and it is cheap. When many people are connected on the same...
With HSPDA+ speed at 42Mbps and 800Mhz LTE speed at 50Mbps, band 20 is frankly not worth bothering with.
And coverage of HSPDA is better than LTE band 20 coverage in most countries.
Also a lot of operators don't even use band 20.
As for VOLTE, call quality is not really an issue with any GSM...
800mhz has no impact on 3G internet coverage.
if you were going to the USA then you will be paying per Mb download.
If we take 0.50EUR per Mb as a baseline (could be more or less).
If you are getting 4g speeds (say an average of 15Mb/s) it would be costing you 450EUR per minute downloading.
You have had your answer.
It will probably not affect you.
However, if you are still not happy we can work to resolve it.
Which carrier are on you on?
Which country/city do live in? (sorry for the personal question, but it is needed to check the coverage of 4G 800Mhz in your city)
So phone and Internet use the same signal tower and bands?
The internet does not use bands. It is a global system of connected computers. If you are asking if the same bands are used for accessing the internet and making calls. Then the answer is yes.
If carrier relies on 800 for both 2g 3g 4g...
Only if you need to connect to 800Mhz 4G networks...
I don't know about you.
So do you?
I am repeating the same thing again and again.
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I'll say for the third time "The 800Mhz band is for 4G". Not 1G, 2G, 3G or H+. It is sometimes used for analog television signals. You can not watch television on your phone. It is a phone. Not a television.
800Mhz is a band that has high coverage, that is to say when a antenna is installed it...
800Mhz is for 4G LTE.
If you are asking if you will get blackspots....
Then we need to do a research project on where you will be at which time and using which operator.
I can happily start it for you!
I will need to fiind the correct academic and professional people to make up the team, plus...
Well, if you are travelling internationally your phone will connect to the strongest signal regardless of operator, unless your operator has a special relationship with one operator and only uses that one in the country you are visiting.
Also unless you pay a fortune or have some amazing...
Of course if they install 800mhz to cover 3G blackspots then you'll need 800mhz to get any connection.
800Mhz is not the best technology for 4G. It does not give high speed.
So a country like China will install the latest technology because they are making large investments, compared with the...
just a heads up - the official flip case for Redmi 4 Prime- sometimes sold as "leather/ smart wake / magnetic" etc. is quite poor.
No magnet to hold closed or shut off phone /smart wake.
With tempered glass on it doesn't even close flat.