Singapore Cellular band and frequency

Singapore Cellular band and frequency


GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications)

M1/SingTel/Starhub 900Mhz/1800Mhz  3G / 2100Mhz

Long-Term Evolution (LTE)

Service Provider  BandFrequency

M1          3 1800Mhz / 7 2600Mhz

SingTel  3 1800Mhz / 7 2600Mhz

Starhub  3 1800Mhz / 7 2600Mhz


    • Silas on June 30, 2015 at 1:05 pm
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    I am looking at a China cellphone with the following network spec:

    4G网络制式 移动4G(TDD-LTE)/联通4G(TDD-LTE)
    3G网络制式 移动3G(TD-SCDMA)/联通3G(WCDMA)
    2G网络制式 移动2G/联通2G(GSM)
    网络频率 4G:TDD-LTE: Band38/39/40/41(100MHz),FDD-LTE: Band1/3/7;3G:TD-SCDMA: Band34/39;WCDMA:Band1/2/5/8;2G:GSM/GPRS/EDGE: SIM1:850/900/1800/1900MHz,SIM2:900/1800/1900MHz
    数据业务 GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA HSPA+(DL:42Mbps,UL:5.76Mbps)/TD-SCDMA/TD-HSPA(DL:2.8Mbps,UL:2.2Mbps)/TDD LTE (DL:112Mbps,UL:10Mbps)/FDD LTE(DL:150Mbps,UL:50Mbps)

    Do you think this phone is usable in Singapore with a Starhub SIM card?


    1. There are many doubts when buying phones from overseas especially from China where specification is in doubt or spec given dun match with physical items.
      My personal opinion, few points needed to check before getting phone from overseas although it seems cheaper sometimes but not always.
      – If the phone have services provider lock? else it will not be usable in SG sim card.
      – Singapore uses LTE-FDD whereas China uses LTE-TDD, unless the phone guarantee support LTE FDD and TDD, else you will trap in 3G forever in the phone without LTE-FDD.

      Xiaomi phone selling in SG are cheap and good, although it may not the best phone you looking for, at least those 4G /LTE phone sold in SG works 100% in SG local network and warranty under coverage too.


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