BYOD Check App

BYOD Check App








0 / day

By T-Mobile USA Category Tools

Description & Details

Check if your device is compatible with T-Mobile’s Extended Range/VoLTE network

The BYOD Check App checks the potential compatibility of a device with T-Mobile’s Extended Range LTE and Voice Over LTE network technologies.
T-Mobile’s Extended Range LTE goes 2X as far and penetrates walls for 4X better indoor coverage, while Voice Over LTE gives our customer the best voice call quality in our network.
This app is currently in beta version, may contain unresolved inaccuracies, and should not be relied on by current or prospective customers. T-Mobile cannot and does not guarantee the functionality or performance of any handsets or devices that were not sold by T-Mobile or an authorized dealer of T-Mobile ("Non-T-Mobile Devices") for use on the T-Mobile network, or that do not have a software version sold or updated by T-Mobile (e.g., rooted devices). We are not able to test Non-T-Mobile Devices’ call quality, performance, data speed, feature compatibility, or other functionalities, so please be aware some experiences may vary greatly depending on, e.g., the settings from the customer’s original carrier. We strongly recommend that customers contact the manufacturers of their Non-T-Mobile Devices with any questions or problems regarding the functionality, operation, or performance of their Non-T-Mobile Devices.  Customers should check their warranty and contract with their current carrier to see what conditions apply to unlocking their device. Coverage not available in some areas.

First Seen
Last Seen
SOME Signals
Android Version
5.0 and up
Content Rating
Installs (Google)
10000 - 50000
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  • Does your phone support T-Mobile's Extended Range and VoLTE? This app will tell you if it ...

    (10 days ago)

    Back in August, T-Mobile celebrated winning 45% of the 600MHz low frequency airwaves that the FCC put up for auction. The carrier spent nearly $8 billion to win all that spectrum. Combined with T-Mobile's previous ownership of 700MHz spectrum, the carrier markets both low frequency bands as its Extended Range LTE service. T-Mobile, the leader in the industry when it comes to marketing, reveals that its Extended Range airwaves travel twice as far and penetrate... buildings four times better than ...

Latest Ratings

myles 2
It's telling me that my device (OnePlus 5) isn't VoLTE compatible when I absolutely have it and use it every day. It's literally saying it now next to my signal strength notification.
Rick 1
This application is not working at all Galaxy Note 4 owner
Divas 1
Nexus 5X support band 12 but app tells that it doesn't support extended lte
Nicole 3
Scanner Didn't work. I had to insert IMEI # manually, which then told me Samsung Galaxy Note 8 WAS compatible to Extended Range & Network & Voice Over LTE. So I got info needed.✌🏿
Shawn 1
This app is completely useless. You still have to enter the IMEI manually. I could have done this on the website... What is the point of this?
John 5
Had to type in the first eight digits. Not a big deal. The LG Stylus pro is compatible. So even $225.00 phones are good enough not just the top dollar cell phones. Thank you
Lee 1
Fails to give any result on my Nexus 5. As is normal for Android apps, the total lack of how-to instructions will earn the writer some bad reviews they may or may not deserve. Tried both wi-fi on and off, made no difference.
Jillian 5
Everyone who said tht this app does not work is bc ur phone is not compatible with the extended network and Volt if u do not have a smartphone from 2016 and newer ur phone does not have these features and is not compatible with the extended network and Volt
Angela 5
Simple to use. Enter the first 8 digits of your IMEI, and voilà, you find out if your phone is good to go. Then it gives you the option to check other phones, too. Works great. -Samsung S7 user
Tamar 5
Told me what I need to know fast and easy. I have Samsung Note 4 from AT&T but it is not supporting the new T-Mobile speeds...
Matthew 5
Easiest method is this: 1. Dial *#06# 2. Write down the first 8 digits of your IMEI (or screen shot it) 3. Enter manually

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