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    I am contemplating buying a Lumia 900 unlocked. Being I have to pay off contract for the Lumia 900 I thought I just might as well get a unlocked version. Does anyone know yet if the unlocked international model will support AT&T's 3G networks, and T-Mobile USA's 3G bands fully? Also what about HSPA+?

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    There aren't any specs for the international model yet. I would think it would support at least AT&T. If I see them I'll let you know.

    I plan on getting a Nokia 808 next as my primary phone. It has pentaband and will support AT&T and T-Mobile. Later on in the year, I plan on upgrading my HTC Trophy work phone to an International Lumia 900, so I'll be watching for it.
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    International unlocked phones usually work on ATT's 3G network, but for T-Mobile as well it needs to be pentaband.

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    Specs on the international version have been released it still has the 850 band but no LTE, which may be preferable if you live somewhere with no LTE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freestaterocker View Post
    Specs on the international version have been released it still has the 850 band but no LTE, which may be preferable if you live somewhere with no LTE.
    Cool, I haven't found them yet, do you have a link?
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    Quote Originally Posted by palandri View Post
    Cool, I haven't found them yet, do you have a link?
    Nokia Europe

    You will be able to use HSPA+ on most carriers, but the 1700 MHz band is not included, thus quadband phone, not pentaband.
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