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Constellation

Note 10+ International & 4G LTE

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New to this phone. Anyone know if it supports LTE in US, with either Verizon or TMobile?

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Re: Note 10+ International & 4G LTE

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US devices do indeed support LTE with the Carriers, however in the US we only use GSM and CDMA networks. If your phone is international, you will need to speak with a US carrier to ensure your device is compatible with the network they support. So from your current GSM network to a GSM, CDMA to CDMA, etc. Smiley Happy


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Constellation

Re: Note 10+ International & 4G LTE

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You should check with the carrier websites to see which bands they use a support.

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Constellation

Re: Note 10+ International & 4G LTE

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you it does

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Re: Note 10+ International & 4G LTE

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US devices do indeed support LTE with the Carriers, however in the US we only use GSM and CDMA networks. If your phone is international, you will need to speak with a US carrier to ensure your device is compatible with the network they support. So from your current GSM network to a GSM, CDMA to CDMA, etc. Smiley Happy


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Re: Note 10+ International & 4G LTE

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I work for VZW and I can tell you with 100% certainty it won't work with us. Tmo possibly since they are gsm

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