Originally Posted by Hunt3r.j2
Maybe, but there's only two possible ways:
1. You import it from a country that gets the One XL, but LTE won't work and you have to ensure that the WCDMA bands will work with your carrier.
2. A carrier in the UK gets the One XL with their LTE bands, and you get the phone that way.
1. WCDMA bands in the UK use 900 MHz with all carriers mainly focused on 2100 MHz, with which the One X on AT&T utilises.
2. LTE would probably come as 800 MHz (common in EU + Three's calling for their share) or 1800 MHz (If EE wins the Ofcom bid).
Hope this answers your question!
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