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  1. verizon appears to use band 2, 4 and 13 for LTE all of which are supported, as is the cdma aspect. so if you can convince verizon to activate the device you should have entirely full support. without the cdma aspect, youll have just LTE/volte support. AT&T uses 2, 4, 5, 12, 17 for LTE and as such should be fully supported. Sprint uses 25, 26, 41. im not sure how that will work for sprint customers due to cdma locks and they arent required to allow LTE free run like VZW does. so overall probably least likely to get any kind of support on sprint, similarly us cellular as well.
  2. The HTC Arrive is one that i s probably overlooked due to windows phone, but had a solid keyboard. hands down my favorite qwerty device is the htc vision/g2/desire z. the hinge was satisfying to snap back and forth, the keys felt good and placement was nice. development was great on the phone and had lasting support. Glad to see so many photon q owners here though, was my last qwerty device and im anxious to get a new qwerty that actually is decent (looking at you f3q...). i dont think ive been this pumped about a new phone in years. the keys being offset is going to be a learning curve and not thrilled about it, but i feel like its one minor issue vs getting a phone that has so much right for it. their bootloader being open and supporting developers is awesome and i hope we see some great ports because of it.
  3. GSM: 2, 3, 5, 8 WCDMA: 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 CDMA/EVDO: BC0, BC1 TD-SCDMA: 34/39 TDD-LTE: 38/39/40/41(100mhz) FDD-LTE: 1, 2/25, 3, 4, 5/26, 7, 8, 12/17, 13, 20, 28, 66 Tmobile uses bands 2, 4, 5, 12, 66 for LTE. the only bands its missing for full and complete support there is 17 and 71. 2g and 3g should work as well for tmo.
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