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Why Unlocked Phones Don't Work In the US 442

Posted by timothy
from the they're-just-not-trying-hard-enough dept.
schnell writes "Unlocked cellular devices have long been a part of the wireless landscape in Europe and elsewhere. But longtime industry analyst Andrew Seybold explains why that model doesn't work in the US due to technology and frequency differences, and why LTE adoption may not make things any better."
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Why Unlocked Phones Don't Work In the US

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