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    Can you get 3g speeds with an unlocked 750 on tmobile?
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    No. T-Mobile does not currently offer 3G on their network. And when they do introduce it, I don't think that Cingular-configured devices will work, at least not without some sort of hack. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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    Won't work at all in the US, because T-Mobile will be using a different UMTS frequency than Cingular's. Only EDGE speed will be accessible
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    Where are you located? As others have said you can't get this with T-Mobile in the U.S. But Europe is a different story. You can get 3G speeds with the 750 on T-Mobile in Europe.

    Quote Originally Posted by richard371 View Post
    Can you get 3g speeds with an unlocked 750 on tmobile?
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    T-Mobile USA is also going to be using some strange frequency for their 3G network unlike Cingular who uses the same 3G frequency as most of the rest of the GSM world.
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    Actually that's incorrect. UMTS requires two frequencies, one for upload, the other for download.

    Europe / Rest of World = 1900MHz/2100MHz
    Cingular = 850MHz/1900MHz

    Treo 750 / Cingular 8525 / HTC TyTN = tri-mode UMTS (850/1900/2100) so it works outside the U.S. and on Cingular.

    T-Mobile USA will use 1700MHz/2100MHz. Devices that support that today = 0.

    Quote Originally Posted by IsLNdbOi View Post
    T-Mobile USA is also going to be using some strange frequency for their 3G network unlike Cingular who uses the same 3G frequency as most of the rest of the GSM world.
    Main Phone: Treo 270/600/650/700w/700p/750v/Motorola Q/iPhone
    Tried but sold: Motorola Q/Nokia E61/700wx/HTC TyTN/Treo 680
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    Ah thanks for clarifying that. Now I have to go correct those wackos at HowardForums I got that info. from when I asked a similar question and they started arguing about how T-Mobile's 3G network would work.
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    yup we won some 2100 mhz freqs and are in the process of clearing i hope to be able to try this phone out when it launches▀
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