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22nd May 2014, 05:52 AM   |  #1  
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Anyone tried it? Since XLTE is band 4..
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The n5 does not work Verizon at all from what I have read. *source* http://m.androidcentral.com/these-an...e-verizon-xlte read the comments.

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Anyone tried it? Since XLTE is band 4..

yea good luck with the verizon activation but technically the n5 does support band 4.. if thats all it is it might work im not sure if verizon has changed other elements that would prevent the n5 from connecting to band 4

seriously.. i know i might get some backlash for this but go to sprint and use the n5 on spark.. here in houston using the .15 modem it is truly wonderful.. worth the wait for sprints upgrades.. band 26 is so wonderful inside buildings and band 41 tho tough to get at times is amazingly fast too.

Again.. ive used spark in houston and baltimore and was impressed.. not to mention sprint has just added more b25 towers around houston making it much better in general too
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Anyone tried it? Since XLTE is band 4..

No, considering the Nexus 5 does not work on Verizon.
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No, considering the Nexus 5 does not work on Verizon.

I know it hasnt worked on Verizon before but was curious if it would connect to their band 4 to at least have data
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I know it hasnt worked on Verizon before but was curious if it would connect to their band 4 to at least have data

Literally nothing would happen if you popped a Verizon sim card in there. It wouldn't even recognize the network.

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