will a AT&T Blackberry Bold wrk on the Rogers network??
have a Bold laying around!! want to know if it will wrk and if i can get a sim!!
As long as the device is functional and unlocked you should be able to use it with a Rogers SIM. If it is an unlocked device, you can test using your current Rogers SIM in the phone.
Let us know if you have any other questions.
Hello, looking for some advice on buying a Redmi Note 8T. Since I have had trouble with my Asus phone in rural areas, I wanted to check compatibility with the Rogers/AT&T Network. Specs on the phone are as follows:
Hello and welcome to our Community @blacknail.
I hope you are safe in this difficult time.
In regards to your inquiry, we cannot guarantee that any grey market, third party device will operate on our network. We always recommend getting a device directly from us if you're concerned about support, because we can't offer much in the way of support for third party devices.
However, one of our awesome Community members may have experience using this third-party device on Rogers Network can perhaps guide you. If so, please share!
Hi, I have a cottage in McGregor Bay, Ontario and the only internet available is with my Rogers service which is very intermittent if trees get wet etc.
I am a Ham operator and have a 50ft tower on the island and am considering purchasing an Outdoor 4G Cellular Router which I would mount on the tower.
If necessary, I would feed it with a Yagi antenna directed at your cell site. I need to know frequency bands used to ensure my Yagi is optimised for the correct band.
Can you tell my which LTE band is used from the two accessible sites from my location:
1: The Lafarge whitefish terminal (cement plant) (46 deg 01’15.06N 81 deg 44’35.50W)
2: Willisville Tower just north of White fish falls. (46 deg 07’42.97N 81 deg 44’31.16W)
Thanks for your help.
Hello and welcome to our Community @VE3ORE!
While we don't directly support such setups, I can get you pointed in the right direction by answering your question. Both of these tower sites broadcast 2G, 3G and LTE frequencies.
The Rogers network uses the following bands:
GSM and UMTS
I hope that helps!