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  1. yvpan1's Avatar
    yeah it depends on how the carrier sets it, if it sets LTE as "4G" therefore, once you are within the LTE area, your PP will display as "4G" instead but don't worry, it actually IS LTE.

    my understanding is almost ALL Asia-Pac carriers display "LTE" as "4G". but it is LTE in real life, LTE is just a jargon in the US & CA, thanks to US misleading marketing by saying HSPA+ as 4G, nice but a D**B..
    12-04-14 08:36 PM
  2. southlander's Avatar
    I just got my passport set up on tmobile. Shows 4G. My understanding is that that likely means it's HSPA+. Whereas 4G LTE would be actual LTE.

    But it should vary according what bands are being used by TMO for which levels of service and where I travel, I think. That means LTE in some places and HSPA+ in others.

    12-04-14 08:48 PM
  3. malanis5's Avatar
    I'm on T-Mobile and my passport and it is not uncommon for my passport to switch between 4G and 4G LTE: of course, the difference is that LTE is the faster connection.

    For me this is solely based on connection and level of reception, which varies by location and whether you are outside or indoors.
    12-04-14 09:31 PM
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