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    Default UMTS B8 (900 GSM)

    I believe that the above is one of the frequencies used by Cell C (from frequencycheck.com)
    If I buy a phone that does not support this frequency, does it matter?
    Below are the bands that the phone does support.

    GSM
    Compatibility - 2 out of 2 bands supported
    100%
    Interface Name Supported by device?
    GSM 900 (E-GSM) Yes
    GSM 1800 (DCS) Yes

    UMTS
    Compatibility - 1 out of 2 bands supported
    50%
    Interface Name Supported by device?
    UMTS B1 (2100) Yes
    UMTS B8 (900 GSM) No

    LTE
    Compatibility - 1 out of 1 band supported
    100%
    Interface Name Supported by device?
    LTE B1 (2100) Yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by neillr View Post
    If I buy a phone that does not support this frequency, does it matter?
    No.

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