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Tech SHOWDOWN: Dual SIM dual standby vs NetMosa

Tech SHOWDOWN: Dual SIM dual standby vs NetMosa

By  GB Blog Official 2018-07-03 1349 0

Something better than Dual SIM? Let's take a closer look at NetMose to see what all the hype is about.

A cell phone that supports NetMosa means the device is suitable for all network types.

For example, in China, the SIM card of any operator you insert can be used – whether it is the China Mobile, China Unicom or China Telecom.

The network type is the main pathway which connects with NetMosa closely. The following is a brief introduction to the network type of each operator.


China Mobile network

2G: GSM

3G: TD-SCDMA

4G: TDD-LTE


China Unicom network

2G: GSM

3G: WCDMA

4G: TDD-LTE, FDD-LTE

China Unicom 4G adopts hybrid networking, so it actually has two 4G network types available: TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE


China Telecom network

2G: CDMA

3G: CDMA2000

4G: TDD-LTE, FDD-LTE

Just like China Unicom, China Telecom also supports hybrid networking (with both TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE included).


For the longest time, users had to change to another phone in order to use another operator's number. A mobile phone which supports dual SIM dual standby can only be compatible with two operator networks; China Telecom is the one not supported in general.

NetMosa makes it possible for cellphone subscribers to realize the three use in one device, you just need to add a Telecom phone number.

In terms of the technical level, NetMosa is absolutely a priority for anyone who values convenience and choice.

It is indeed an ideal way for effortless mobile phone use, especially for the users who always have to change between different operator's phone numbers.

But its value is best determined by your own individual daily needs. For people without any need to change their phone numbers, dual SIM dual standby should therefore be sufficient to meet their needs.


 You may also want to read:
 Country-based mobile phone network frequency bands coverage guide
 4 steps to know whether a phone will work in your country

 


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