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T-Mobile Adds ZTE Concord to Prepaid Line-Up for $99

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Nov 23, 2014, 9:35 AM
over in the "ZTE Concord / Midnight" discussion:


I have a zte v768 mobile phone. I recently try a 3g (umts) network sim card but the phone cannot register on the network. I know it support 3g network but it's only works GSM ONLY & GSM / WCDMA AUTO mode. So i really appreciat if i can get some help to use WCDMA ONLY mode. tnx in advance!

Nov 21, 2013, 3:08 PM
over in the "ZTE Concord / Midnight" discussion:

Texting Ap

Overall I like this phone. Except for the texting ap. Is there anyway to change my icon from the android icon to something personal? Secondly, is there a way to change the overall style of the texting ap? I switched from a Dart, which could easily do that. For instance, mine looked very similar to the iPhone texting ap. These are obviously not earth shattering issues, and in the scheme of things, do not negatively affect my opinion of the phone.

Aug 28, 2012, 7:42 PM
over in the "ZTE Concord / Midnight" discussion:

Viva La T-Mobile

I don't know about you but I love T-Mobile and I love that they have an android phone for prepaid two of the best things in the world are T-Mobile and prepaid I love them both thank you.
Do you have the Concord?
It was suggested to me to use during a 14-day
trial, I use Google Navigation a lot, so I need to know how
the Concord does with pulling in a strong signal.

Aug 23, 2012, 4:04 PM

ZTE website says 1900MHz 3G

http://www.zteusa.com/device/201207/t20120728_13066. ... »

850/900/1800/1900 MHz
850/1900 MHz/AWS

Either ZTE accidentally plugged generic data into the description (most of their other phones are those bands), or maybe T-Mobile's 1900mhz upgrade is really close.
The phone probably supports WCDMA 1900. The 1900 Mhz change may be closer than you think. T-Mobile really wants to get the iPhones able to get high-speed data on their network. I don't have a date for you for when the change will occur, but it will be...
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