Today we travel quite often and often the question appears ,will my phone work over in another country,not only that we are now importing phones into Ireland more than ever,with new OEMs on the rise people are importing mobile devices every day and its popular,a prime example would be the One Plus One,people now buy from Amazon,Ebay or Aliexpress etc in the hunt for good bargains for a new device..

This new tool is quite handy to test if a device you see will work,with a database updated quite regular its keeping people informed as much as possible and its been mentioned a few times on some of our local boards.

 

Will my phone work 

Have you ever asked the question, “Will my mobile phone work with a certain mobile carrier?” Or perhaps you’re traveling to another country and want to make sure your smartphone works there. You could even be selling a cellular phone and need a website to point people to when they ask if the phone works for a certain carrier. WillMyPhoneWork.net can help you find the answer you’re looking for.

Its an easy pain free process to complete which is detailed below…First select a Brand.

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Then you can pick a model number and a variant option may apply which will be listed in the drop down menu..

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Next up then is to enter carrier and country a list will appear here of what is available so we just used our own network and picked a BlackBerry Passport for a test case..

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Then you get the results presented to you in a nice simple to read layout which is very easy to understand.

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NOTE 

When performing a search, you will be presented with three networks: 2G, 3G, and 4G. A check mark means that the device is compatible on that network and will work. A red X means that the device is not compatible on that network and will not work.

For the technical savvy, we have included the network frequencies that match between the device and the mobile carrier. Also, we consider HSPA+ to be 3G.

Note: Will My Phone Work assumes that your device is unlocked or allowed to be run on the desired mobile network. Certain carriers such as Verizon USA have an “approved list” of devices. This means that although the phone is capable to work on the carriers network, the carrier blocks it. Also, some carriers make frequencies/bands available only to specific regions.

Check it out over at WillMyPhoneWork

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO and expert in transport, Mobile tech fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia Mobile expert, Former Microsoft VIP,Multiple forum tech supporter with worldwide top rankings, Also working in the background on mobile technology, Weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show and Cavan TV. Award winning Technology reviewer and blogger. Part time actor and security professional and brutally honest when it comes to opinions.