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This device is tri-band but will it be able to receive 800mhz lte.

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This device is tri-band but will it be able to receive 800mhz lte.

I'm not directly familiar with the device but if it's truly tri-band then it should.

 

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Doubtful, This thing is old. I think this is CDMA, WiMax, and LTE 1900.  Not Tri-Band LTE.

 

"...connectivity to Sprint’s 4G LTE, 4G WiMax or 3G CDMA networks."

http://www.franklinwireless.com/?doc=bbs/gnuboard.php&bo_table=news&page=1&wr_id=17

 

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Specs:

"Bands: 800 MHz/1900 MHZ (CDMA), 2500 MHz (WiMAX) and 1900 MHz (LTE)"
 

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For anyone looking to buy a U770, there's a guy on eBay selling them for only $15:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/161128043193

Not too bad considering the other LTE cards are over $100.

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The NETGEAR® 341U USB Modem is only 19.95 on Sprint's site.  It's LTE Tri-Band.

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