Will This Phone Work on Koodo?

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I would like to buy Leagoo T5 for my parents.

It's Network :

2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 850/900/2100MHz

4G: FDD-LTE 800/850/900/1800/2100/2600MHz TDD-LTE B40

I searched Koodo's frequency band, but only one frequency in each 3G & LTE & LTE+ is compatable with this phone.

Will it work?

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It also had the same information on the network:

Wireless Connectivity: 3G,4G,Bluetooth 4.0,GPS,GSM,WiFi 
WIFI: 802.11b/g/n wireless internet 
2G: GSM 1800MHz,GSM 1900MHz,GSM 850MHz,GSM 900MHz 
3G: WCDMA B1 2100MHz,WCDMA B5 850MHz,WCDMA B8 900MHz 
4G LTE: FDD B1 2100MHz,FDD B20 800MHz,FDD B3 1800MHz,FDD B5 850MHz,FDD B7 2600MHz,FDD B8 900MHz,TDD B40 2300MHz
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You should get service. It was a point of contention for a bit but there should be voice service available with just 850 or 1900. 2600mhz will get lte in most of the Telus footprint. You could always gets a phone that is quad band 3g to be safe. The mediatek 6750 it houses is fairly limiting and not power efficient. I'd look to Xiaomi's offerings if you were going to import a Chinese OEM personally. Or so etching at least with a p20 if mediatek.
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Thanks Gordan for your advice!
I think it would be better to buy xiaomi
Thank you again for your help!
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You will be much safer if you shop for gear that is advertised as AT&T or T-Mobile compatible. Many foreign suppliers will not know about Koodo. You can always check out

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Thank you for your help!