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Great Neighbour / Super Voisin

Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone

Is this phone compatible with Public Mobile's 4G LTE and LTE Advanced networks? 

 

 

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone


@SO1 wrote:

Is this phone compatible with Public Mobile's 4G LTE and LTE Advanced networks? 


This thread and answer from a regular here seems to suggest some limitations.

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone

3G - WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100 MHz ; 4G - LTE B1(2100), B3(1800), B5(850), B7(2600), B28(700).  If it has these bands then it should be compatible with PM.

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone


@SO1 wrote:

Is this phone compatible with Public Mobile's 4G LTE and LTE Advanced networks? 


This thread and answer from a regular here seems to suggest some limitations.

View solution in original post

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Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone

This version of the G6 Plus is compatible will all of Public Mobile's bands.  https://www.amazon.ca/Motorola-XT1926-7-Factory-Unlocked-Smartphone/dp/B07CHWMYHP

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Town Hero / Héro de la Ville

Re: Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone


@SO1 wrote:

Is this phone compatible with Public Mobile's 4G LTE and LTE Advanced networks? 

 

 

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You can check your phone whether it’s compatible or not at this website :

https://willmyphonework.net/

 

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone


@Triguy wrote:

3G - WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100 MHz ; 4G - LTE B1(2100), B3(1800), B5(850), B7(2600), B28(700).  If it has these bands then it should be compatible with PM.


@Triguy, where are getting this information from? That's not what the network supports. Most likely they wouldn't have LTE coverage everywhere.

 

See here for accurate info:

https://productioncommunity.publicmobile.ca/t5/Discussions/LTE-network-fundamentals/m-p/134356#M5822...

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone


@sheytoon wrote:

@Triguy wrote:

3G - WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100 MHz ; 4G - LTE B1(2100), B3(1800), B5(850), B7(2600), B28(700).  If it has these bands then it should be compatible with PM.


@Triguy, where are getting this information from? That's not what the network supports. Most likely they wouldn't have LTE coverage everywhere.

 

See here for accurate info:

https://productioncommunity.publicmobile.ca/t5/Discussions/LTE-network-fundamentals/m-p/134356#M5822...


Hey @sheytoon: Would you be willing to edit the post you linked here by adding the frequencies next to the bands for the LTE line? Like you have for the 3G line? Your post is my go-to reference for frequencies.

 

Edit: to @SO1: there is also frequencycheck.com to look at. Need the specific model#.

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone

Hey @z10user4, I think it's already in the other post. Is that what you're looking for?

 

https://productioncommunity.publicmobile.ca/t5/Discussions/LTE-network-fundamentals/td-p/130581/page...

 

The only problem I have with frequency numbers is that sometimes it is ambiguous. For example, LTE B4 is sometimes referred to as 1700 MHz, other times as 2100 MHz, and yet other times as 1700/2100 MHz. Another example is 700 MHz, which can refer to 4 different bands if it's not clarified. With band numbers it's always clear!

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone


@sheytoon wrote:

Hey @z10user4, I think it's already in the other post. Is that what you're looking for?

 

https://productioncommunity.publicmobile.ca/t5/Discussions/LTE-network-fundamentals/td-p/130581/page...

 

The only problem I have with frequency numbers is that sometimes it is ambiguous. For example, LTE B4 is sometimes referred to as 1700 MHz, other times as 2100 MHz, and yet other times as 1700/2100 MHz. Another example is 700 MHz, which can refer to 4 different bands if it's not clarified. With band numbers it's always clear!


Yes. That's your more like comprehensive list. I like your first one because it's minimum required.

Funny about all the different bands and frequencies overlapping. It's that some references might show band and other frequencies. So it's another way to fully corroborate.

For this larger list...maybe a suggestion would be to have a line separating 3G from LTE.

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Motorola Moto G6 Plus phone

OK @z10user4, I added the 3G bands into the larger post.