List: All current T-Mobile 700MHz band 12 LTE compatible smartphones


It’s been over a year since T-Mobile acquired its first 700MHz spectrum from Verizon. Since then, it’s been picking up airwaves across the country from a number of smaller independent companies. More importantly, we now officially have a handful of markets where the network is alive and kicking.

For those who still might not know what all the fuss over band 12 is about, it’s essentially a frequency which helps strengthen T-Mobile’s LTE network. With it being a low-band network – by its very nature – it penetrates building walls much better than the 1900MHz or 1700/2100MHz networks do. For up-to-date information on where the live 700MHz sites are, be sure to keep tabs on DanRant’s spectrum map. Currently, we’ve been sent sightings of the network and antennas being put up in Texas, California, Colorado, Missouri, Minnesota, North Dakota, Florida, Alabama, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. So the list is constantly growing. I took a screenshot of the map as I was preparing this post. All the purple towers are official sightings of the 700MHz sites, and we know there are many more not on the map.

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Sadly, however, unless you have a compatible handset you won’t be able to make use of this newer, stronger network. So we decided it was about time we created a list of devices you should consider upgrading to next, or buying, to future-proof yourself and ensure you get the most out of T-Mobile’s cellular service.

Official T-Mobile phones

We’ve broken the list down in to two main sections: Device available directly through T-Mobile and those you can buy unlocked elsewhere. Of course, each has its benefits. Devices from T-Mobile include compatibility and support for the carrier’s services like Wi-Fi calling – for example. However, there can be downsides. Devices locked to – and sold by – T-Mobile often take time to get the latest software updates.

It’s also worth noting that T-Mobile has committed to selling band 12 compatible phones this year. This means that most – if not all – LTE devices being sold by our favorite carrier from now on should have support for its 700MHz frequency LTE network. (Whether or not the next iPhone supports it is yet to be seen. Apple tends to do what it likes.)

Available and compatible now

  • Alcatel OneTouch Pop Astro
  • HTC One M9
  • LG G4 (read our review)
  • LG G Stylo
  • LG Leon LTE
  • Nexus 6
  • Samsung Galaxy Avant (after most recent update)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4
  • Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
  • Samsung Galaxy S6
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Available and awaiting software update to enable compatibility

Coming soon

  • Microsoft Lumia 640 LTE

Unlocked smartphones available elsewhere

The benefits of buying unlocked devices – of course – include the freedom to swap out the SIM whenever you like without having to request an unlock. There also tends not to be as much bloatware installed taking up precious storage space. What’s more, as soon as a software update is available for your device, you will be among the first to get it.

Available now

  • Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 (read our review)
  • Huawei SnapTo
  • Motorola Moto E 4G LTE

Coming soon

  • Huawei P8
  • Saygus V2
  • YotaPhone 2

Now these are just the phones I could find, or that I’m aware of. If you know of any other officially announced or released phones compatible with Band 12, be sure to shoot me an email or tweet with the details and I’ll update this post. Some point soon, I’ll also create a permanent page with up-to-date information on band 12 handsets so that you always have the right information on this.


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  • Michael

    Who do I send a nice chat article to about a insurance claim being tied to the number and not the IMEI that was purchased with insurance???

    • Reading 101

      So you got insurance on a specific line, T-Mobile obviously, with a phone number obviously associated with it? You erroneously assumed the insurance had nothing to do with the line and only the physical device? You should have read the insurance agreement or asked questions before agreeing to it. The insurance specifically covers any currently active device on the active line. You got it all wrong.

      Btw, Thanks for posting something irrelevant to the topic discussed. Clearly attention to detail is not your greatest personal attribute.

      Anyway, please send it to me at: idgaf911@ outlook (dot) com or call judge Judy to resolve the matter for you. Either way, please update us Mikey.

      • orlando duran

        You are correct, insurance applies to the phone NOT the line

        • Chuck B

          Are you illiterate? That’s not what Reading 101 said lol…

        • DKBNYC

          No, insurance covers the car the phone was in while using someone else’s line on a Ipaq 6315 with the keyboard in the glove compartment.

  • I can add a trio of phones to the list of Band 12 compatible devices (all unlocked or unlockable): Microsoft Lumia 640 dual SIM LTE, Microsoft Lumia 640 XL LTE and Microsoft Lumia 640 XL dual SIM LTE.

    Info from Google’s sites page.

  • Tim O. Towers

    Thanks, Cam.

  • NOYB

    The above map is a bit under-reported. Cellmapper website shows more.

    • Cam Bunton

      Good to know, thanks. I was only informed of the cellmapper map today, haven’t had chance to check it out fully yet.

  • Ordeith

    The Lumia 640: Stretching the limits of the words “coming soon”.

    • Cam Bunton


      • wazmo

        I bought a 640 XL from Expansys USA. Works like a champ and yes-Dual SIM to boot.

  • tomarone

    does this qualify?
    Quad Band GSM; LTE: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 12; UMTS: Band I (2100), Band II (1900), Band V (850)
    galaxy tab s 10.5
    ….err how do I tell if it’s connected to band 12?

    • Cam Bunton

      Samsung devices have a Service Mode which you can enable on phones, not sure about tablets. And there’s an LTE discovery app which shows you which network you’re connected to.

    • Cam Bunton

      And yes, the Tab S supports band 12, but it’s not a smartphone so it didn’t make the list. ;-)

  • Fabian Cortez

    No Nexus 6?

    Anyway, DanRant‘s site already has a list of UEs that support Band 12.

  • raven myers

    Thought the Zenfone 2 did???

  • RiskyBidThis

    By this time next year LTE-capable phones without band 12 will be like LTE-capable phones without band 5 are currently: rare and growing rarer by the day.

    Once AT&T has fully deployed MFBI there is no reason for OEMs to NOT include band 12 instead of band 17. For all intents and purposes band 17 is AT&T only: nobody else big enough to pay attention to uses it while multiple large carriers use band 12 already.

    • Fabian Cortez

      AT&T essentially agreed to switch to Band 12.

      The MFBIs are there for legacy proposes.

  • Acdc1a

    I’m really ready for the 640. I wish it would hurry up already.

  • guest

    hope the new iphones will have them

    • PMB01

      They will.

  • Johhnybgood2

    My S6 uses Band 12 mostly as a backup-fallback band. I would say 98% of the time its on Band 4 which is much faster. The only time i can see Band 12 active (using service mode) is when I go to my basement and Band 4 weakens down to less than 2 bars. Even when band 4 is not too strong (~2-3 bars) it will try to stay on band 4 as much as possible.


      That is how the network is set up right now.

  • timmyjoe42

    Doesn’t the Nexus 5 have it? I think TMobile sells it refurbished on their sight.

    • Daniel

      No, the Nexus 5 only supports bands 2, 4, and 17, not 12. The Nexus 6 has support for band 12.

  • I have the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3. At home, it connected right away to LTE band 12 with 2-3 bars. While previously, my OnePlus One (not band 12 compatible) connected to LTE band 4 with 0-1 bars. Seems like the Idol 3 prefers connect to the band with higher signal strength. Although Band 4’s speed is faster. Oh well. Not complaining.

    • What are you doing (an app?) to figure out what band you’re on?

      • J.J.

        Lte discovery

        • besweeet

          The Android field test app also has band info. Dial: *#*#4636#*#*

        • mingkee

          For LG models, you should dial:
          3845#*(phone model number)#
          If it’s T-Mobile version G3, dial 3845#*851#
          For G Stylo, dial 3845#*631#

      • I used both the LTE Discovery app, And the Android field test by dialing *#*#4636#*#* . However, the field test method shows the band info on the Idol 3, while the OnePlus does not.

  • Marcus Christopher McFann

    Isn’t the Lumia 1520.3 eligible?

  • John Doe

    John Legere just said on periscope today that T-mobile signed a deal in New York to remove channel 51…AHHHHH!!!!

  • DStudio

    You should add the T-Mobile 4G LTE HotSpot Z915 to the list, as well as any tablets that may be compatible.

  • gabmasterjcc

    Now if they could just get a mid-range phone.
    8+ MP camera
    2GB of RAM
    16GB+SD or 32GB
    Decent processor and video (something like 615 + Adreno 405)
    4.7″ so it isn’t a monstrosity and keeps cost down
    720p-1080p screen
    Basically halfway (in price and features) between the cheap stuff they have now and the expensive phones.

    • Shubham Gohil

      The Oneplus One fits the price range and exceeds the specifications…

      • J.J.

        But missing band 2 and 12. I get some connectivity issues where I live because of the lack of band 2. Hoping the oneplus two adds them

      • gabmasterjcc

        I agree with J.J. about the Band 2 and Band 12. Right now, it makes very little sense to purchase a phone for T-Mobile without those bands.

        For me specifically, there are a lot more phones that are much closer to the specs than the Oneplus One. It fails miserably due to it size. I could probably deal with a 5.0″. If I absolutely had to a 5.2″ phone with a slim bezel, but that thing is not realistic for me to carry around.

    • james63401

      lg stylo threw tmobile 2gb ram 16 gb internal can take sd card up to 128 gb
      quad core processor and 13 gb rear cam with auto focus and 5 meg pix front cam and stylus with 5.7 inch screen

      • james63401

        289 price

      • gabmasterjcc

        The 5.7″ screen is a major deal breaker. Not everyone wants something so large. Also, at only 720p, that has to look pretty mediocre. Also, it lacks up to date graphics with the Adreno 306, I guess that means it is good that the display is only 720p.

        • Herb

          And how do you expect to get better specs at that price point? You can’t have everything for $300.

        • gabmasterjcc

          There are many phones that meet the $400 price point. They just aren’t available on T-Mobile. T-Mobile lacks mid-range phones that support their network. They either are low end, low end with a huge screen which pushes the price up unnecessarily, or they are high end. The specs on the Stylo is not bad, just put it in a reasonable size package and I would consider it. The 720p resolution is only an issue due to the 5.7″ display. I currently have a 4.3″ display with a 540p resolution. It works out to be the same DPI. It is fuzzy and looks mediocre. A 4.7″ or 5.0″ display at 720p would be much better and make for a cheaper phone in all likelihood. The Adreno 306 is pretty low end, but it could be overlooked if the price took it into account.

    • gabmasterjcc

      Maybe with some of my other comments, I am being a bit harsh about not having a mid-range phone. If the phones had Band 12, the G2 and S5, would be mid-range. Without it, they are just obsolete. In another year or so, they should be in a better position as the M9, G4, and S6 will no longer be top of the line and fill in part of the gap of the missing mid-range phones. They should have picked up one or two purpose built phones to fill that gap for now though.

  • gabmasterjcc

    I think the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua will support when released. Don’t know if that is destined for the US though.

  • zx6guy

    700 will probably never be available in Chicago.

  • Troy

    Wish they would add it in Hampton Roads Virginia. While we have great lte service when you inside malls and grocery stores it dies.

  • Raiterio Patterson

    Well…I’ll be saving them pennies till the new iPhone or Nexus comes out. I’m iffy on the new iPhone but we will all find on June 8th.

    • Sean

      They’re not going to announce the new iPhone that early. iOS 9 and Mac OS will be the stars of the show.

      • Raiterio Patterson

        You right. They’re gonna do another keynote in the Fall, September I think to announce the new iPhones

        • PMB01

          September 8th is the iPhone event. Release date will be the 18th. iOS 9 release will be on the 16th.

        • Raiterio Patterson

          iPhone 5s released September 20, 2013; iPhone 6/6s released September 19, 2014. When you’re right. Might be a good idea to update to the 6 I’m on the fence about it though

        • PMB01

          Just wait for the 6S so you can use Band 12.

        • Raiterio Patterson

          T-Mobile doesn’t own 700MHz spectrum in North Carolina, because of US Cellular and other squatters so it doesn’t really matter right now

        • PMB01

          Then why are you even here if this article is relevant to you? Use your brain.

        • Raiterio Patterson

          That’s why I’m here. Because the article is relevant to me. I have family outside of NC. Don’t make assumptions. Use your brain. GOT ‘EMMMMMM!!

        • PMB01

          And yet you’re here talking about YOU waiting for the new iPhone. You don’t understand what relevant means. Try again.

        • Raiterio Patterson

          What I’m saying has nothing to do with the post, I know that. What you don’t understand is I don’t care if what I’m said is relevant to the post. I’m offering my opinion. Last I checked if I’m not threatening anybody, you can have an opinion on something even on the internet.

        • PMB01

          Nothing more annoying than someone posting irrelevant information to the article.

          Scratch that, someone flaunting their “right” to post said irrelevant information is more annoying. Please learn how to use the comment section properly. If you have an unrelated opinion, create your own blog, moron.

        • thepanttherlady

          I suppose the same could be said for you. If you want to dictate comment section rules, you too could create your own blog.

          With that said, this particular conversation is done.

        • Frankwhitess

          :) .. Nicesss…

        • PMB01

          So comments don’t have to be relevant? Let’s talk about FDR then. I think he was a pretty good President. I’m thinking about getting his face tattooed on my chest.

          You’re a terrible mod if that’s how you deal with things.

        • Frankwhitess

          Isn’t the ability for him to give his thoughts the point of this comment section ??

        • PMB01

          So then let’s talk about the French & Indian War. The French are a bunch of prissy dicks who can’t fight.

          See, that’s not how this works. Comments have to actually be relevant to the article.

        • Raiterio Patterson

          You lost all credibility when you called me a moron. Are we talking about smartphones or politics? Have a good day sir.

  • JJ Clark

    None of my phones have ever really worked well in any of my apartments here in Seattle, so I’m hoping it improves sooner than later.

  • You forgot the Microsoft Lumia 1520.3:

  • gabmasterjcc

    I haven’t seen any indication out there that it support Band 12.

  • David metzger

    Living in Clearwater, Florida here. I get band 12 at my apartment building on the 5th floor. I guess I haven’t really noticed much of a difference, but I’ll take it. I do get download speeds around 90 mbps and uploads in the 20’s. I have to say that I have been more than happy with T-Mobile over the years.


      Dude. I appreciate the props but you are not getting 90 Mbps on band 12. It is 5 MHZ wide and cannot deliver that kind of bandwidth. Once carrier aggregation is turned on and you are using band 4 and band 12 at the same time I could see it but not on band 12 alone. Good to hear you have good coverage though.

      • PMB01

        I’m so glad you know this dude personally and saw him test his speeds. I’ve gotten 90/30 in some areas on Band 4 so you should stop making dumb comments.

      • CJGalt

        you have to add the Carrier Agg with 20MHZ or 40MH in PCS than add 750…getting 80Mbs on the DL from 20MHZ of LTE 2T4R happens all the time in clean LTE/good SNR and RSRQ…Carrier Agg is getting turned on so if you have 4 RF bands in play, people are almost seeing LAN speeds under LTE MIMO…300MBS is basically the limit under today’s LTE device category OR, you could say lots of Macro Cells don’t have > 300Mbs of Backhaul so….300Megs/DL is the target LTE pros are shooting for next year;)

  • Dan

    Apple is always so tardy to the party…

    • PMB01

      Not really their fault. They don’t release a new phone every 5 minutes like happens with Android. And Blackberry doesn’t have any compatible phones either. By the time the 6S comes out in September, this band will actually have decent distribution to be worth adding it.

  • Harprit Singh

    Where is BlackBerry love?

    • varun

      You’d have to talk to Blackberry about it. Even the Classic doesn’t have it –
      “LTE : 1, 2/25, 4, 5, 7, 13, 17 (2100/1900/AWS/850/2600/700/700 MHz) – Cat 3” – and the AT&T version adds Band 20 and drops 25. Both the Leap and the Passport show only “FD-LTE: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 13, 17 (2100/1900/AWS/850/2600/700 MHz)”. This isn’t on Cam, it’s on BB.

  • yankeesusa

    Man! I thought the moto x 2014 had it. Oh well, maybe their next version.

  • 1ceTr0n

    Note 4. Now, and forever. Amen.

    • Flowingwind

      One reason I upgraded from the Note 3 to the Note 4. I have a 4G LTE signal on my phone all through my house now, even in the basement. T-Mobile rolled out LTE Band 12 two months after I got the Note 4 (Baltimore, MD).

      • vinnyjr

        Do you get a strong LTE signal and roughly how far from the nearest tower are you? I live in suburb of Boston very close to a LTE tower and get very fast data speeds and killer signal strength. Good Luck.

        • Flowingwind

          I get 7mbps to 10mbps in my house (nowhere near a tower) and 20mbps to 45mbps around Baltimore (inner city). Not sure where the towers are. I just like the 4G LTE stability indoors now.

        • Flowingwind

          I have the LG V10 now. Just bought my wife a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge both for T-Mobile.

      • Brandon

        Has T-Mobile’s coverage gotten better since u now have a band 12 phone?

    • swift00001

      Yes sir. Omg yes sir. Love this phone

  • Outpost

    Cam forgot the Verykool SL5000 Quantum ($199) has Band 12. See details-

  • tmos

    Any way you can put a shortcut tab to this?

  • Bill Berry

    I don’t mean to ask a stupid question, but even if 700 goes live in rural areas like where I live for example, whose towers are they going to use, Verizon? They have no towers that I’m aware of in this donut hole we call West Central Georgia despite towers being 10 to 20 miles apart. Do we know whether they are in the process of adding towers here?

    • gabmasterjcc

      Often, towers are owned by independents and have space available for lease. They may or may not need to build new towers to cover new areas.

  • torovolt

    The Samsung Note 4 from ATT, (SM-N910A) doesn’t support Band 12 even if it clearly says so in the Samsung Official Specs. I learned this the hard way because I bought one and returned for this very reason. But don’t take my word for it just Dial *#2263# and it will take you to the Service Menu that shows the Bands supported by your Note 4. I bought instead a LG Leon and now I have LTE access all over my house, my workplace and the stores usually go. It is a big deal, it takes T-Mo coverage to whole new level.

  • Bert Hyman

    Looks like Motorola removed Band 12 from the Moto E2 with the Android 5.1 update.

  • Stephen Lewonka

    Thanks for the post. I was just about to pickup a 2nd gen E for my daughter specifically b’coz of the band 12. I was hoping the next G (G3 2015?) — which mostly likely seems it will be an LTE phone — would have band 12 support, but this now cast that into doubt. Even if it does, Can I trust Moto not to take it away. Disappointing.

  • JC

    Why would Motorola remove band 12 on an “open” unlocked phone, let alone through an Android update? Not really understanding this. I thought the purpose of buying an unlocked phone from the manufacturer was to be free of stupid carrier rules.

    • Theo Truthe

      They did this from a safety and legal standpoint. If they cannot enable VoLTE on band 12 on TMobile, they could get sued if someone cannot call 911 while on band 12. Without VoLTE enabled, all you get on band 12 is data. Conceiveably you could use hangouts to make a call, but if you’re in a panic situation, you’re not going to be thinking that clearly.

  • jthemob

    Could someone clarify ASUS ZENFONE2 LTE functionality work on Tmobile 700 MHz? Im already aware of other bands. My Q is very specific to 700Mhz and LTE. In other forums i came across they say 700 Mhz Band 17 is supported. That is for AT&T. So pls let me know if Tmobile 700Mhz will be picked up… looking for great LTE data speeds.

  • Dan Sims

    Anyone have the Alcatel one touch Astro? Is it a good phone or crappy.

  • Stephen Lewonka

    I’m loving what the new X’s and G’s are spec’d with, but lets hope, things don’t change with respect to the band support of these phones like the E. I’d certainly wait on any OTAs.

    Seen a number of posts on reddit (and twitter) — The new Moto’s aren’t supporting VOLTE. So, I don’t believe they fully be able to take advantage on TMO band 12. Same with the Idol3, and I’ll bet also with the One Plus Two.

    Kinda of frustrating as a customer of both TMO and Moto, the these awesome Bring-Your-Own-Devices don’t get fully supported — Makes me feel like a 2nd class customer.

    But then again, I choose chose to go unlocked, w/faster updates, and lite on the bloatware. You can’t have it all.

  • Jonathan Gardner

    I bought the new Moto G with this in mind, but as of yesterday (Aug 2), they removed band 12 from the listing for the GSM model (XT1540)! It’s there in the Google Cached version today but not the page on Motorola’s site.

  • Rifat Islam

    How about the Oneplus Two? I’m pretty sure that supports Band 12, the US variant at least.

  • Adel Mandani

    Thank you

  • AyexeM

    Are you sure this is accurate in regards to the HTC One M9 ? GSMarena and HTC’s own site have no TMO LTE bands listed. But the M8 does seem to support band 12.

  • Real Skier

    TMO has apparently asked several manufacturers to REMOVE Band 12 support from their phones. The Moto E, Moto G and Zenfone 2 (which all started with B12) no longer have it through OTA updates. And the question is whether TMO will allow ANY B12 phone to operate correctly on their network for LTE data if the phone doesn’t support VoLTE (which only TMO sold phones currently do)? The Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3, which sounds like a great phone for the price, still shows B12 in their specs BUT it doesn’t do VoLTE on the TMO network (or VoLTE period I think). So, will they continue to sell it with B12? Or will phones that have been sold suddenly find themselves with an OTA that disables it?

  • CJGalt

    We have had 850MHZ forever….now 750MHZ is deployed and people act like the Wheel was just invented…the 100MHZ frequency delta means < 1dB. Yes, the 2XMIMO LTE is far better than 2G technologies, but bragging about ALL this new In Building coverage…is happening exactly when LTE-U and LAA_LTE and Vendor/Flavored/carrier LTE and VoWifi is making all DAS and In Bldg systems irrelevant since anyone can be trained to "install" a Wifi AP, fed by Fiber, or other Wifi or CPRI….DAS OEM's have about 2 years left to make money, and then they are Buggy Whip Installers;)

    • Kevin

      All i was needing to know is……..wife is t-mobile…..bought lg stylo…..wants to upgrade to note 5……wondering if antena in note 5 is better as we live in a very rural area and ahe had note 4 on sprint but when sprint “updated” towers to 4G some how her signal dropped and could not gain service so went to t-mobile as they are only carrier that has 4G in our area ( all others are 2G) so she can stream netflix ( no internet at house …too costly…. $125/mo ….rural/remote area) she is a cancer patient and home bound so needs phone to call doc or for emergencies. …..antena. …note 5 or stay with lg stylo?

  • marque2

    You need to update the list. Oneplus 2, Nexus5x, Nexus6pp, LG V10 all support band 12 and are not on the list

    • Naa

      I upgraded to the LG V10 and got service for the first time in a building where my service used to be nonexistent. This has to be because of the band 12 support.

  • bigdawgx

    What About the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua?? Isn’t this phone also compatible with T-Mobile’s Band 12?

  • Cole Cawtuh

    I know that this post is old and doubtful that anyone will read my post. Here it goes. Do you know when the new Nexus phones will get band 12 certification from T-Mobile?

  • Cole

    So the Alcatel Onetouch idol 3 5.5 still doesn’t have band 12 certification?

    • The Idol 3 does have band 12. I have used that phone on T-Mobile and it has marvelous LTE support. They don’t list it on this site because it’s not sold by T-Mobile. It’s an unlocked international phone that’s mostly sold on Amazon.

      I did return it though because the call quality has occasional digital distortion on both ends that isn’t tolerable for me. There are also many instances of slowdowns and glitches, which really shows how sluggish those 2GB of RAM are doing with that OS. Also good luck on keeping the screen from cracking or shattering. Dragontrail glass is more fragile than Gorilla Glass 3. Even people with screen protectors and cases on are having this glass shatter in their pockets!

      The best thing the 5.5″ Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 has going for it is those wonderful speakers! They rival or even exceed the quality on HTC’s new handsets! The loud yet crystal clear two front facing JBL speakers are phenomenal!

  • alejandro

    i have an s3 unlocked phone and it works lte on tmobile. Crazy as my s5 cannot use 4g LTE

    • Brandan Hazuki

      Depends what LTE frequency is deployed in your market. I only have 2G and 4G LTE on T-Mobile where I live (nothing in between). And not just any T-Mobile phone will pick up the LTE here, and if it doesn’t your stuck on 2G data.

  • Charmed79

    Question? We were thinking of grabbing 2 note edges because of band 12, T-mobile says it has it, this site says it has it, but a few phone sites I’ve been on say it doesn’t. Does anyone have the note edge, and can verify?

  • Michael A Ross

    So now the Note 7 is finally everything i like in the samsung phones and yet it doesnt have support for the 700mhz extended coverage?…SERIOUSLY!

  • Trevor

    Band 12 is totally awesome. I switched to ATT for the S7 Active. I previously had Tmobile with an S6. With ATT, I lost data coverage in my office building in Denver, and at my home. I moved back to Tmobile the next day(with an enormous bill from ATT… another story!)

    • Hello There

      The S7 Active actually supports band 12 if you manage to unlock it!