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|reply to MRCUR |
said by MRCUR:Is it accurate to say that this will have no effect on unlocked GSM iPhones brought over from AT&T such as the 3GS, 4, and 4S?
The current GSM model iPhone 5 ... can work on ... T-Mobile's LTE networks.
the current GSM iPhone 5 (model A1428) has been running just fine on T-Mobile's EDGE network, and on HSPA+ where T-Mobile has reallocated 1900MHz spectrum to serve HSPA+.
Starting on the 12th, the model A1428 iPhone 5 will be able to work on AWS for both HSPA+ and LTE. This is not a change which can be completed through a software update to existing devices.
Where in the phone do I check to see if the upgrade has been pushed? Something in Field Test? Or elsewhere? Thanks.
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That's correct. This update has no effect on non-LTE iphones.
It should still effect mms and visual voicemail.
|reply to tiger72 |
That is incorrect. The carrier profile will still configure all of the T-Mobile specific network settings for iPhones using a T-Mobile SIM. This includes MMS, VVM, APN, etc.