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Old April 20th, 2011, 05:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Notsure Will Unlocked HTC Thunderbolt work on AT&T?

I own an HTC Thunderbolt, but I am forced to switch to AT&T. I am able to buy an unlock code for my phone, will I be able to unlock it and it run on AT&T? I would like it to run 3G or better. If you have any info, please let me know. THANKS!!

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Notsure Will Unlocked HTC Thunderbolt work on AT&T?

I own an HTC Thunderbolt, but I am forced to switch to AT&T. I am able to buy an unlock code for my phone, will I be able to unlock it and it run on AT&T? I would like it to run 3G or better. If you have any info, please let me know. THANKS!!
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It wont work because ATT and Verizon use different wireless technologies. Att being GSM and Verizon being CDMA.
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Different technology. Thunderbolt is a Verizon phone which uses CDMA tech. AT&T phones use GSM.
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I own an HTC Thunderbolt, but I am forced to switch to AT&T. I am able to buy an unlock code for my phone, will I be able to unlock it and it run on AT&T? I would like it to run 3G or better. If you have any info, please let me know. THANKS!!
Unfortunately Verizon used CDMA technology and AT&T uses GSM for their phones. You cannot use any Verizon phone on an AT&T network and vice versa.
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no it won't work. Like the above post states, AT&T is GSM while Verizon is CDMA. Basically, AT&T uses SIM Cards, and Verizon doesn't. Thunderbolt would work for Sprint though as Sprint is CDMA. T-Mobile is GSM.
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Thunderbolt COULD work for Sprint if they allowed you to swap between. Neither Sprint nor Verizon allow you to take each other's phones to the other network. Sucks, But it is what it is.
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Oh sorry for the misinformation then. I assumed it would work because they are both CDMA and AT&T phones work for T-Mobile and vice versa and I thought it'd be the same with Sprint/Verizon. Either way, your best bet would probably be to sell it. You could always get an Inspire. It's very similar, but a little less awesomeness. No FFC, no kick-stand, a bit different specs, stuff like that. It's a great phone though.
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The thunderbolt does have a sim card so I think it would work on att if it were unlocked?
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The thunderbolt does have a sim card so I think it would work on att if it were unlocked?
The SIM is the Tbolt is for LTE, not for GSM usage. Which is also why even though it has a SIM in it, it's not a Global phone
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^Are you sure? If the TBolt would work on AT&T, I would definitely trade my Inspire for it.
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Thunderbolt COULD work for Sprint if they allowed you to swap between. Neither Sprint nor Verizon allow you to take each other's phones to the other network. Sucks, But it is what it is.
An EVO 3D on Verizon. Good lord that would be awesome.
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A SIM card is a subscriber identity module.
Has nothing to do with the underlying radio hardware.
That is why a sim slot does not mean you can change carriers on all devices.
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I wish it was more like the UK over here in the US. Over there everyone operates on GSM and you can unlock just about any device and use it on most carriers. It sucks so bad that there are two different techs here in the US, and CDMA phones don't use SIM cards.

I'm on Verizon at the moment, but I'm switching over to T-Mobile because I'll be moving to Canada within the next few months and my DX on Verizon won't work on Canada's GSM network. I wish they'd do away with CDMA down here in the US.
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What's AT&T's LTE rollout schedule?

I'm sure there would be myriad hurdles, but AT&T's planned LTE protocol is identical to Verizon's, no?
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I wish it was more like the UK over here in the US. Over there everyone operates on GSM and you can unlock just about any device and use it on most carriers. It sucks so bad that there are two different techs here in the US, and CDMA phones don't use SIM cards.

I'm on Verizon at the moment, but I'm switching over to T-Mobile because I'll be moving to Canada within the next few months and my DX on Verizon won't work on Canada's GSM network. I wish they'd do away with CDMA down here in the US.
You should check on that GSM T-Mobile...
GSM is used for voice and you're probably safe using it in Canada.
But WCDMA is used for 3G and the frequency used varies. T-Mobile in the US uses a frequency unique to T-Mobile in the US. I don't think you will get 3G data in Canada (AFAIK) with a US T-Mobile phone.
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Since, ya know, LTE is a European invention, it's gunna mean that all that useless GSM turf is going to become LTE. When we're all on Long Term Expansion, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute that owns the rights to the LTE brand will have created one global roaming space.

I, for one, will /pogo furiously. I may host rituals that repeatedly bury GSM forever, much like what diners at Milliways enjoy.
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An EVO 3D on Verizon. Good lord that would be awesome.
+1 but i love my TB. And to answer the Op just like everyone else...simply, no.
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An EVO 3D on Verizon. Good lord that would be awesome.
Verizon started an open network policy several years ago allowing you to activate a non-verizon ESN on their network. You just need to speak to the right person on getting it added to the network. Its difficult but It is allowed and can be done.
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Verizon started an open network policy several years ago allowing you to activate a non-verizon ESN on their network. You just need to speak to the right person on getting it added to the network. Its difficult but It is allowed and can be done.
Wh-WHAT?! Really!?
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Verizon started an open network policy several years ago allowing you to activate a non-verizon ESN on their network. You just need to speak to the right person on getting it added to the network. Its difficult but It is allowed and can be done.
shhhh don't tell all the Evo people!!!!!!!!
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Verizon started an open network policy several years ago allowing you to activate a non-verizon ESN on their network. You just need to speak to the right person on getting it added to the network. Its difficult but It is allowed and can be done.
Only after it's been shipped to their certification factory and certified to work on their network. Of course it still has to be a CDMA device as well.
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Wow old thread. The simple answer is still no. You can not move a CDMA phone to a GSM network. No matter what you do to the Thunderbolt, you're not going to be able to use it on AT&T.
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There are several CDMA phones on Verizon and Sprint that can be unlocked and used on any GSM carrier like Att and T-mobile. We unlock them every day. The key is the CDMA phone has to be a global phone meaning it has the GSM radios also. When you unlock a CDMA phone all you have to do is switch to Gsm mode and you are up and running on any Gsm carrier worldwide.
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There are several CDMA phones on Verizon and Sprint that can be unlocked and used on any GSM carrier like Att and T-mobile. We unlock them every day. The key is the CDMA phone has to be a global phone meaning it has the GSM radios also. When you unlock a CDMA phone all you have to do is switch to Gsm mode and you are up and running on any Gsm carrier worldwide.
Okay sure, so how does that apply to the Thunderbolt?

The Thunderbolt has a CDMA antenna and a LTE antenna. I have a feeling you're going to say "But wait! AT&T is rolling out their LTE network as well. Since the Thunderbolt has an LTE antenna you can use it on AT&T." No, that still is not the case. Verizon and AT&T use different parts of the 700mhz spectrum for their LTE networks.

So in the end, it still boils down to no, the Thunderbolt is still not compatible on AT&T's network.
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Okay sure, so how does that apply to the Thunderbolt?

The Thunderbolt has a CDMA antenna and a LTE antenna. I have a feeling you're going to say "But wait! AT&T is rolling out their LTE network as well. Since the Thunderbolt has an LTE antenna you can use it on AT&T." No, that still is not the case. Verizon and AT&T use different parts of the 700mhz spectrum for their LTE networks.

So in the end, it still boils down to no, the Thunderbolt is still not compatible on AT&T's network.
could i use a boost mobile sim in an unlocked thunderbolt?
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A friend has an unlocked HTC thunderbolt and was wondering if it is compatible to this carrier called Simple Mobile?
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A friend has an unlocked HTC thunderbolt and was wondering if it is compatible to this carrier called Simple Mobile?
No, it appears that they are using GSM.
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I have the thunderbolt but I wanted to use it with Virgin Mobile, I know I can use it with Metropcs but I do not like metropcs. Is there a way to use it after unlocking the phone on Virgin Mobile?
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I have the thunderbolt but I wanted to use it with Virgin Mobile, I know I can use it with Metropcs but I do not like metropcs. Is there a way to use it after unlocking the phone on Virgin Mobile?
Virgin Mobile will only accept their own phones.

You might have luck with Cricket or PagePlus...
Some Verizon phones can be transferred.
Personally, I'm happy with Verizon's network.
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Hey guys, I've been reading up on this and as far as i can tell, these are the facts:
the thunderbolt is not a cdma (only) phone
it contains an LTE radio
LTE is is GSM based technology

SO, assuming (big assumption) that the LTE radio is GSM compatible, then the hardware is there to make it work on a GSM network (even if Verizon's firmware disables the appropriate frequencies), if someone were to create workable firmware and (somehow) flash it to the device.

I've seen alot of people saying no it wont work, but, in light of the aforementioned facts, does anyone know of some specific (verifiable) reason why it couldn't be done?
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Simple the sim card just operates the 4g of the phone. The sim card isnt like ATT sim card that has all the phones info on it.
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I don't understand why people ay money for unlock codes. I've unlocked about 6 ATT phones and 2 Verizon, and all you have to do is call them, say you bought the device out of contract, and they'll help you unlock it for free. Why do dumb people pay money for that?
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