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Old Nov 12, 2012, 02:48 PM   #1
Superman041
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A decision that will last for 2 years...

Hi

I'm at the end of my contract with orange/tmobile; and have decided to get the iPhone 5 and move to o2 , down to the fact that o2 are offering the iPhone 5 for 26 per month unlimited calls/texts and 1GB internet, handset price 260, 2 years contract.


Orange/TMobile offer the same but with 2000 mins not unlimited.

Anyway my only worry is 4G LTE; that o2 will have the wrong frequency for the iPhone 5, should I go to Orange/T Mobile and get "their deal" as o2 will not be able to support 4G for the iPhone 5 in the UK ?
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Old Nov 12, 2012, 04:07 PM   #2
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Maybe....

this link is useful:

http://www.zdnet.com/uk/4g-in-the-uk...ou-7000001819/

and remember, the 4G/LTE iPhone sold outside USA can operate in the bands 1,3, and 5. Any carrier operating in these bands can support the iPhone

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