Mobile coverage information is prepared using the latest available data, tools, and techniques to map the coverage as accurately as possible.
As with any network based on radio technology, hardware quality or local conditions may prevent or interfere with mobile reception within coverage areas - for example, inside concrete buildings, lift wells, basements, tunnels, and road cuttings. Service degradation may also occur within high rise buildings: we can't guarantee 100% coverage in any specific location.
Coverage is also dependent on your mobile handset capabilities. For example, to use 4G, you need a 4G compatible handset, be in a 4G coverage area, and have a 4G signal using a frequency band that is compatible with your handset. Otherwise, you may only receive 3G coverage (which is slower), or 2G coverage (which is also slower, and does not support video calling or high speed Internet access).
Coverage and network technology availability depend on the capabilities of your handset. The following bands and frequencies are used in various parts of the mobile network. To check coverage for your handset, select your handset in the coverage map above, then select an area. Not all handsets support the listed frequencies.
|Network Technology||Frequency Bands|
|4G (LTE)||700 MHz FD-LTE (Band 28)
1800 MHz FD-LTE (Band 3)
2100 MHz FD-LTE (Band 1)
2300 MHz TD-LTE (Band 40)
2600 MHz FD-LTE (Band 7)
|3G||900 MHz UMTS
2100 MHz UMTS
|2G||900 MHz GSM|