Canadian Cellular Frequencies

Each cellular provider in Canada uses its own set of frequencies. Each device supports a different set of frequencies that determine what networks it can connect to. In order for the device to work on certain providers, it must have the proper frequencies. To determine this you can use a website like GSM Arena to determine what frequencies your device supports. This is helpful when unlocking a device to use on a different Canadian provider, or traveling abroad.

Below you will find a tool that will tell you the frequencies each Canadian provider supports. Some devices may be modified to work on different providers as well. You can contact us for more information.

2G
CDMA 850/1900
EVDO 850/1900

3G (and some cases 4G)
HSDPA 850/1900
HSPA+ 850/1900
UMTS 850/1900
WCDMA 850/1900
1x EV-DO CDMA2000

4G
LTE 1700

2G
CDMA 850/1900
EVDO 850/1900

3G (and in some cases 4G)
HSDPA 850/1900
HSPA+ 850/1900
UMTS 850/1900
WCDMA 850/1900
1x EV-DO CDMA2000

4G
LTE 1700

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2G
GSM 850/1900
GPRS 850/1900
EDGE 850/1900

3G (and in some case 4G)
HSDPA 850/1900
HSPA+ 850/1900
UMTS 850/1900
WCDMA 850/1900

4G
LTE 1700

2G
GSM 850/1900
GPRS 850/1900
EDGE 850/1900

3G (in some cases 4G)
HSDPA 850/1900
HSPA+ 850/1900
UMTS 850/1900
WCDMA 850/1900

4G
LTE 1700

2G
GSM 850/1900
GPRS 850/1900
EDGE 850/1900

3G (in some cases 4G)
HSDPA 850/1900
HSPA+ 850/1900
UMTS 850/1900
WCDMA 850/1900

4G
LTE 1700

3G/4G

AWS 1700/2100

2G
CDMA 850/1900
EVDO 850/1900

3G (and fake 4G)
HSDPA 850/1900
HSPA+ 850/1900
UMTS 850/1900
WCDMA 850/1900
1x EV-DO CDMA2000

4G (In some cases 4G+)
LTE 1700/2100

2G
CDMA 850/1900
EVDO 850/1900

3G (and in some cases 4G)
HSDPA 850/1900
HSPA+ 850/1900
UMTS 850/1900
WCDMA 850/1900
1x EV-DO CDMA2000

4G (called 4G+)
LTE 1700/2100

3G/4G

AWS 1700/2100