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AT&T 3G works in Buffalo

Discussion in 'AT&T Wireless Forum' started by ceric20, Nov 9, 2007.

  1. ceric20

    ceric20 Junior Member
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    3G now works in Buffalo NY !!:D :)
     
  2. Yankees368

    Yankees368 Compulsive Signal Checker
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    Oh really? Good to hear, though I have no seen any work done at the local ATT tower. I guess it was set up for 3g the whole time
     
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  3. eppic

    eppic New Member

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    I just got a Nokia 7260 off ebay - i think it's a hong kong version, though it does english just fine. On the website it didn't have the GSM frequencies that it operated on, though the phone is advertised as a triband, meaning 900, 1800 and 1900. As far as I researched, Buffalo has good 1900 mhz coverage, so I bought the phone. However, I can only pick up the T-Mobile network when I do a manual network search. Will triband phones work with AT&T in Buffalo?
     
  4. whosurbud

    whosurbud Junior Member
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    a 7260 is not a 3G device, it's actually a pretty old device.
    would suggest ya get a different phone for use anywhere in the U.S. or Canada

    a.) return it to the seller on ebay
    b.) if ur really intent on keeping the phone, then Choose T-Mobile as ur provider, since most, if not
    all of their system is 1900.
     

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