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Telstra APN settings for Lava A59

      Telstra   Lava A59   Android

Lava A59 does not support Telstra GSM / HSPA at this time.

Explain Lava A59 compatibility with Telstra

Telstra 3G APN with Lava A59

Lava A59 does not support Telstra 3G.

Sorry, but it does not look like Lava A59 will work on Telstra. But please note that the compatibility of Lava A59 with Telstra, or the Telstra network support on Lava A59 we have explained here is only a technical specification match between Lava A59 and Telstra network. Even Lava A59 is listed as not compatible here, still Telstra network can allow (rarely) Lava A59 in their network with special agreements made between Telstra and Lava. Therefore, this only explains if the commonly available versions of Lava A59 will work properly on Telstra or not, if so in which bands Lava A59 will work on Telstra and the network performance between Telstra and Lava A59. To check if Lava A59 is really allowed in Telstra network please contact Telstra support. Do not use this website to decide to buy Lava A59 to use on Telstra.

Lava A59 network specifications

OS Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop)
Network bands GSM / HSPA
Speed HSPA
Network frequencies GSM 900 / 1800 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
HSDPA 2100

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