will Much W1 78P01 work on koodo.

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I was wondering if anyone could help me, I was looking at phones and one caught my eye the Much W1 78P01 78p01 it's a gaming phone.
the network specs are where I get confused.

Network model
WCDMAGSM(SIM1) ,GSM(SIM2)
Data traffic
HSDPA+(downlink):up to 21 Mbps;HSUPA(uplink):up to 5.76 Mbps
Wifi 802.11b/g/n,Bluetooth 4.0+LE,GPS + AGPS

Band
3G:WCDMA 2100M/1900M/900MHz
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
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Hmmm it looks like it would....not sure to be honest but from what i can see it seems compatible. I would recommend finding someone or maybe a friend that has a Koodo SIM card and to try it on the phone.
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Koodo uses 850/1900 MHz for the HSPA network and their LTE network uses 1700/2100 MHz (AWS). Koodo does not have a 2G network. Unfortunately, this phone is not compatible with Koodo's network.
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Oh right i just caught on that it was wcdma, thanks for the clarification!
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Thanks a lot.
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Don't worry! The more powerful W3D is supposed be released Q3 of this year with 4G LTE support! I own the 78p01, but with ATT service, I and absolutely love it. I'm definitely buying the successor.
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When looking for less than mainstream phones, look for something AT&T compatible. Overseas vendors will likely know nothing about Koodo.
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