Replies posted by BobTheElectrician
Virgin/Bell and Telus/Koodo/PublicMobile run on the same core network technology and often share towers. Any phone that will not run on any of those 5 will not reliably run on the other 4. When shopping with overseas suppliers, look for gear that is advertised as AT&T or T-Mobile compatible. S...
You have to be careful with Verizon gear, because even though the carrier has a legacy of supporting CDMA, 2G, 3G and LTE on many frequencies, the handsets don't necessarily cover them all. They also have a reputation along with Tracfone of having the most locked-in system. Regardless of what the g...
I am planning to buy Lenovo P2 from alibaba express, would it work on koodo.Frequency supported WCDMA 850/1900. Please advise
Based on This is obviously a model spec designed for the Europen market. Look at the languages supported: Russian is first and English is only 5th on the list. Read the feedbacks on the Alibaba listing, then decide.
A very large percentage of the time, just leaving the phone alone is going to work out without any intervention being required. You will only see AT&T and/or T-Mobile as a choice on Apple or Android 4+ equipment once you are physically in the US and actually roaming. If you are unsure, you can...
I am constantly getting a notification "new voicemail" dial 1-289-680-4001 When I dial there's nothing there. Is this a phishing scheme?
Koodo voicemail is typically 1-xxx-yyy-4001 where xxx is a local area code tied to your phone number. On some phones, it can be viewed and/or changed in Settings => Phone. You can send a private Facebook of Twitter message to Koodo to verify the voicemail number that goes with your account.
Why does my new Samsung Galaxy A5 2017 not have an FM radio. Is it because Koodo disables the FM chip, or does this phone not have it?
You can check out the following and drill down thru the links. Still won't get your FM radio buzzing... https://community.koodomobile.com/koodo/topics/does-the-lg-g5-have-a-fm-radio-tuner-enabled-chip
Japan is really an odd-man-out when it comes to cellular frequencies. According to this Koodo web page, your phone has to support the 2100 band in Japan for data to work. https://www.koodomobile.com/help/international-pay-use-roaming?_ga=2.96583071.1411097826.1504326585-... www.willmyphonework.net...
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