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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by mhuk01, Sep 27, 2012.
Can anyone confirm it will work in the uk on everything everywhere LTE?
No, I dont think the LTE bands are the same.
LTE bands = small rubber bands in the phone that help it to connect to the tubes and tunnels that = the internet. Its like one giant bank drive through out there.
the verizon iphone contains the same bands that everything everywhere in the uk uses.
Has anyone bought a verizon iphone (off contract) and tested it on EE?
also can anyone confirm I can get the verizon iphone from an apple store, without signing a contract (i have no SSN)
Yes. Cash will make it go quicker.
That's awesome. So they don't sign u up for any kind of plan then? And I can put an AT&T sim in and get 3G? I don't care for lte whilst in the us, just want to be able to get it when I'm back in the uk.
Please post back if/when you get the Verizon iPhone 5 back home and confirm it works. I make 2-3 trips to the UK each year to visit family, and my daughter will be studying there next year, so I'm really interested in whether it actually works.
I know the Verizon model supports the LTE bands used in the UK etc., but actual confirmation, rather than "it should work" is always good ;-)
Thanks ... Mike
Verizon has confirmed it works. The nano sim slot is unlocked.
thats not what we're asking. We are asking for confirmation from someone who has taken a verizon iphone 5 to the uk, put an EverythingEverywhere LTE sim card in the phone and got LTE speeds.
Good luck, the phone's been out a week.
Sure, but I'm hoping mhuk01 will try it out for me before I need to
well i work on a cruise ship in the states, and wont return to the uk until feb 2013. Hence I'm hoping someone will have bought a verizon iphone and taken it back to the uk to find out. Even if no one has confirmed it, I am still going to buy the Verizon iphone as I reckon it'll have a higher resale value back in the regardless of if it works with EE out of the box.