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T-Mobile phone stops at low frequency
Provider T-Mobile Netherlands goes into stop offering GSM 900MHz at the low frequency. Announced that the provider. This means that devices without 3G or 4G in the future will have a lot less coverage at the provider.
T-Mobile 900MHz goes to the low-frequency, which gives especially indoor coverage in urban areas, and, to use for 3G and 4G instead of the old mobile phone. Confirmed that the provider on a private event at its headquarters in The Hague, where Tweakers was present.
At its peak had T-Mobile on more than a thousand places masts stand with 2g on the 900MHz band. The disappearance of that coverage is especially detrimental for users of inexpensive devices or people to save battery put their phone on 2G. “They will experience less coverage, but it is a relatively small group. Even with prepaid phones you see now with 4G devices, while almost all phones now have 3G,” Richard explains Marijs, technology strategist at the provider from.
The provider says in the coming time not completely stop 2g. “Well, the bandwidth which we 2g and 3g offer ever smaller, because we need less capacity there,” said the operator. T-Mobile continues to offer GSM coverage so via the high-frequency 1800MHz.Viewing:-212
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