does anyone know Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 AI High Edition , works with Koodo Network

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  • GSM frequencies
    850 900 1800 1900

  • Standard UMTS
    850 900 1900 2100

  • Standard LTE
    FDD LTE: 850, 900, 1800, 2100, 2600
    TDD LTE: 1900, 2300, 2500, 2600

  • Standard TD-SCDMA
    1900 2000

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Dennis, Mobile Master

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3G will work.  But LTE wont
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srlawren

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About LTE:  yes it's missing band 4 which is the "core" band for the Telus network (and Bell and Rogers).  However, it does appear to have some other bands which are available in some locations.  It's hard to tell for sure (I hate it when spec sheets list LTE frequencies instead of bands because some frequencies have several possible bands it could be).  But FDD 2600 could be band 7, which is useful in some places; FDD 850MHz could be band 5, which again is helpful in some places.  The remaining frequencies are not at all useful on this network however.
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Mats

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For future reference use this site

https://willmyphonework.net/
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Somewhere down the line, you will be complaining that you have no connection unless the handset supports all of:

HSPA 3G  850/1900 Bands 5 & 2 and

1700/2100 which must be paired together as Band 4 for LTE.

2600 and 700 are optional frequencies at this point, but would be good to have in future.

When dealing with overseas suppliers, look for AT&T or T-Mobile compatibilty.

Fast check site:  www.willmyphonework.net

A little more detailed:  https://www.frequencycheck.com/countries
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