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Old October 6th, 2012, 10:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Where does AT&T use their 1900MHz 3G (HSPA)? Need to know for my next phone

I am planning on buying a new phone pretty soon, and I need some information.
I know that AT&T uses the 850 and 1900MHz frequencies for 3G, and I have heard that they use the 850MHz frequency in most places in the US.
A few of the phones I am planning to buy are compatible with 850MHz, but don't have the 1900MHz antenna. Will someone tell me where the 1900MHz frequency is used for 3G by AT&T? (If I buy a phone and I can't use it where I live, the "phone" would turn in to a very light paperweight.)


By the way, this map is outdated.
Cellular Maps.com-AT&T 850 vs. 1900 MHz Coverage

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Which do you think is the best?
Xperia TL, HTC One X+, Fujitsu Arrows X, Sharp Zeta

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