Asus Rog 5 T Mobile

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Also curious virtually this. With the announcement of LG leaving the smartphone industry I figured it was time to upgrade. I personally apply headphone jacks on my phone as well as other video editing things for either unique features or quick edits on the fly. The Asus ROG Phone 5 seems to be my best bet as with its specs it should last for a while.

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I also need to know if the Rog 5 is compatible with Tmobile’s 4g and 5g network. I’m looking to buy either this phone or Nubia’due south Scarlet Magic 6 in the next few days.

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The ZTE Nubia Red Magic 6 supports pretty much all of the 4G bands with the exception of band 71.  Whether or not it supports T-Mobile’s implementation of VoLTE is another question.  If it doesn’t, then it won’t work on T-Mobile because devices now require VoLTE to piece of work on 4G LTE.  For 5G bands, it is missing mode too many to exist useful.  No N2.  No N4.  No N66.  No N71.  N41 is non deployed in very many places.  N2, N4, and N66 are the more common 5G deployments for T-Mobile.  Considering this device is not meant for the North American market, I highly doubt it supports T-Mobile’s VoLTE or WiFi Calling implementation.

The Asus ROG Phone 5 (Version A) looks good, but once more yous have the same problem with the ZTE.  No guaranteed support for VoLTE.  Without VoLTE, y’all will not be able to make or receive voice calls over 4G LTE.  5G looks good merely at that place is no guarantee that 5G is available where you lot plan on using the device.  Asus ROG phones in the past have not supported T-Mobile’south VoLTE or WiFi Calling implementations.

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The ZTE Nubia Reddish Magic 6 supports pretty much all of the 4G bands with the exception of band 71.  Whether or not it supports T-Mobile’s implementation of VoLTE is another question.  If it doesn’t, then it won’t work on T-Mobile considering devices now require VoLTE to piece of work on 4G LTE.  For 5G bands, it is missing way too many to exist useful.  No N2.  No N4.  No N66.  No N71.  N41 is not deployed in very many places.  N2, N4, and N66 are the more common 5G deployments for T-Mobile.  Considering this device is not meant for the North American market, I highly doubt information technology supports T-Mobile’s VoLTE or WiFi Calling implementation.

The Asus ROG Phone 5 (Version A) looks adept, but again you accept the aforementioned problem with the ZTE.  No guaranteed support for VoLTE.  Without VoLTE, you will not be able to make or receive phonation calls over 4G LTE.  5G looks good but there is no guarantee that 5G is bachelor where you plan on using the device.  Asus ROG phones in the past have not supported T-Mobile’s VoLTE or WiFi Calling implementations.

Interesting. I read on other threads that people have gone to the stores and the salesman said they couldn’t club them simply that they did support them, however I accept too seen a ton of people saying that they weren’t sure if Tmobile had the actual capability.

That being said, does anyone know which carriers Do support the production? I haven’t seen a Tmobile admin comment on this issue yet so estimate they don’t care if we talk about other carriers on this thread.

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I have the 16gb 256gb ROG Phone 5 (global ROM), it works fine on TMobile. I do get VoLTE and no connection problems, wi-fi calling has worked and then far too. Notwithstanding, where I currently am I have non picked up a 5g band nevertheless (though I am not sure what frequencies are near me).

Overall phone works fine!

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Cheers magenta that’s exactly what I was looking for. Practice y’all know if your phone is version A?

Would be prissy to hear from other tmobile users who are using the blood-red magic six.

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1005DA is the model number

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How-do-you-do Everyone,

I got the global version 16gb with 256gb infinite. Only 4g is working with volte simply no 4g lte or 5g. I spent hr with tmobile support merely no help. Hopefully some software update can fix this issue and we can get 5g on this wonderful fast fun to apply phone.

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Hello,

Yes checked apn settings everything is skillful. Likewise sometime sim menu. BTW had an asus rog 3 before global edition and was getting 5g on that with t mobile and aforementioned sim card very strange.

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i know the newer SIM card they are pushing is the R15 i believe. to early on in the morning for me to pull mine out and double cheque lol.

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I bought my ROG phone 5 about a month ago… I’m in the Philly area on T-Mobile.  I am actually running 2 sim cards.  I have yet to connect to a 5g network in my area, fifty-fifty though I am sure they are available because my Galaxy notation twenty 5g connects to 5g on T-Mobile.  VoLTE works but fifty-fifty on 2 sims speeds on the net are nowhere near 5g.  I apply X mode on wifi for gaming.  Please fix this issue T-Mobile.  Is it because it is an unlocked Chinese phone?

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I bought my ROG phone five about a month ago… I’yard in the Philly area on T-Mobile.  I am really running 2 sim cards.  I take yet to connect to a 5g network in my surface area, even though I am sure they are available because my Galaxy note 20 5g connects to 5g on T-Mobile.  VoLTE works merely even on 2 sims speeds on the net are nowhere near 5g.  I utilise X style on wifi for gaming.  Delight prepare this result T-Mobile.  Is it because it is an unlocked Chinese phone?

I don’t understand how you lot expect T-Mobile to fix something that is more than likely a phone effect?  T-Mobile doesn’t limit or restrict non-T-Mobile devices abilities to connect to their network.  If your device supports the necessary bands to connect to T-Mobile’s 5G and if your APN settings are right.  So it should connect.  Philly has been blanketed in 5G for quite some time now.  I regularly travel through Philly and haven’t had any issues connecting to 5G there.

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I merely received the Rog 5 global edition today, had everything setup and transferred over from previous LG V60 5G, unfortunately I am not getting 5G network on this phone merely voLTE 4G works

Originally I was but getting GSM 3G speed which depressed me so I realized I didn’t enable the voLTE icon in the sim card network options.

Then at the terminate sadly not getting total 5G benefits but at least I can get past with 4G network when I am out and about not on wifi.

Since the telephone wasn’t built for 5G network bands in the U.s.a. unless Tmobile increase the bands (probably not) looks like I will be stuck with the 4G speed.

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I was planning to go a Rog 5 every bit well, but decided to inquiry it showtime and found out that the Tencent/International versions don’t support the 5g bands. Here is the link of the forum I found. TL;DR Get the the Us version or from the official ASUS US shop.

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Correct then if 5G is a must then definitely go with the Us version only looks similar they’re oftenly sold out.

I accept no issues with using 4G speed since I use WiFi for heavy duty downloads or gaming anyways, but mainly I need this telephone for heavy duty multi tasking use and 4G speed is ok for my daily use.  Where I alive the 5G is then crippled it’s barely whatever better than 4G (tested with my erstwhile LG V60 5G).

So information technology’s a give and accept since buying this global version salvage upwards to $250 with the libation compared to buy from Asus The states.

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Glad to encounter this thread a chip more fleshed out. Thanks for all of the input everyone. Like I previously stated I concord my phones for a while and I am currently rocking an LG V30.

I just wanted to add that i think people are maybe stressing a bit besides hard about 5G. I was at a convention the other day and using my V30 was able to tether my information to my laptop and stream on twitch and at the same time sentinel videos on YouTube. I was still getting messages on fb too.

With the upgraded hardware of the ROG telephone information technology should help things run much smoother.

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Glad to see this thread a bit more fleshed out. Thanks for all of the input everyone. Like I previously stated I hold my phones for a while and I am currently rocking an LG V30.

I simply wanted to add that i think people are maybe stressing a scrap as well difficult about 5G. I was at a convention the other day and using my V30 was able to tether my data to my laptop and stream on twitch and at the aforementioned fourth dimension scout videos on YouTube. I was even so getting messages on fb too.

With the upgraded hardware of the ROG phone it should help things run much smoother.

Right, with the Rog5 hardware upgrade it’s much smoother compared to my old LV60 ThinkQ, although I don’t have 5G speed I am okay with it, I don’t miss the 5G much since I am working in WiFi surround most of the time, and when i don’t the 4G speed is enough for my daily use.

I still employ my LG V60 5G phone on the side for multi tasking and I can dramatically tell the difference compared with Rog5.  The screen load up is much faster and app loading is faster and smoother than the LGV60.

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This is easier to determine than it seems. You lot take to check the bands supported…
Currently looking at grabbing a 5S, and cannot find a seller with the United states of america model that has N41 for 5G, and 12 for 4G.

Tmo page to show bands to care nigh: https://www.t-mobile.com/support/coverage/t-mobile-network

5G: basic 5G aka Extended Range, not much more special than 4G = n71

       More important clearly better than 4G band = n41

       also n258, n260, n261

4G: 12, 71 mainly

        two, v, 4, 66 more significant 4G high speeds, and the bands that are basically the Extended Range 5G band.

Cannot notice the unit of measurement with the Us tmo bands anywhere other the Asus website currently…
Only looking at the site it is articulate it does exits:


So currently looking to notice a unit of measurement that lists the Us bands hoping for a deal, only if not, I’ll buy straight from Asus and try to update here with any useful insights.

For example, looking at ebay or amazon all I see are international even though championship may say unlocked, or United states of america stock, and the ring list is either not there at all or looks like this:


The search continues! Or I’ll surrender and pay full cost direct from Asus…. haha.

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Ring five for T-Mobile is but used in one very small place, which is a small island.  For 99% of T-Mobile customers, they will probably never use band v on their device.

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I have the 16gb 256gb ROG Phone v (global ROM), information technology works fine on TMobile. I practice go VoLTE and no connexion issues, wi-fi calling has worked and then far also. However, where I currently am I have not picked upwardly a 5g band yet (though I am not certain what frequencies are near me).

Overall telephone works fine!

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How did y’all enable Wi-Fi calling? I have the 16gb 256gb ROG Phone five (Tencent games version) with T-Mobile and I tin can’t observe a wi-fi calling setting. Afterward seeing this thread on the Zen talk form I am even more confused:

https://zentalk.asus.com/en/word/58333/rog-phone-5s-no-wifi-calling?&bc=09c94

Source: https://community.t-mobile.com/network-coverage-5/asus-rog-phone-5-35420