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Thread: One last thing

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    One last thing

    I posted before regarding flashing and cricket

    I have 1 last question

    Both phones I am considering are supposed to be CDMA therefore okay with cricket.
    Is there a difference between 850mhz and 1900mhz. Someone at work mentioned that if it's not 1900mhz don't touch it.
    Is this true? Someone else said that CDMA phones are all 850mhz.

    Anyone know anything about this?

    This is the last time I will be bothering you folks but I do need clarification

    Thank you ALL for responding
    Jman

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    "A tri-band phone is one that works on PCS 850/1900 MHz frequencies and the AWS 1700 MHz frequency. For Cricket customers, this means their tri-band phone can make calls without roaming in all current Cricket markets."


    support | Cricket Wireless




    most major cricket markets operate 'tri-band'. so you need to make sure it is a CDMA Tri-Band phone.


 

 

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