Dual Frequency Required?

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Dual Frequency Required?

From what I know Roger's frequencies are as follows:

2G  850 / 1900

3G  850 / 1900

4G  2100 / 2600 

 

I'm considering bringing back a device from a trip that I'm going on in the next month but the frequencies supported are:

2G Network : GSM GPRS EDGE  850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz 
3G Network : UMTS HSDPA UMTS 800, 850, 2100 MHz
4G Network : LTE  800, 1500, 2100 MHz

 

Will 3G and 4G be supported with only one of the two required Roger's frequencies available?

I've done a bit of research but I'm still confused and unclear...

 

Thanks!

 

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Re: Dual Frequency Required?

Hello aaaaaaaaaaaaaa9,

 

Since it does include the supported frequencies it should work, the thing is we wouldn't be able to guarantee connectivity on any non-Rogers devices 😞

 

Thanks,

 

RogersAndrewNP

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Re: Dual Frequency Required?

Received the phone and 3G is working.   I know Rogers doesn't provide much support for non-Rogers devices but I can't get MMS to go through and I haven't seen any 4G (not a big deal).  Is there something I am missing in my settings?  APN? (running Jellybean 4.1).