Verizon Droid Maxx (2013 Xt1080m)

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Verizon Droid Maxx (2013 Xt1080m)

This phone supports lte bands 4/13. Will it work on fido or rogers?

 

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Re: Verizon Droid Maxx (2013 Xt1080m)

Hey everyone!

Although this thread is quite old, I'd like to add a little update since I came across it .

 

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Your device must be compatible with the Fido network, which uses GSM, UMTS, HSPA and HSPA+ at 850 MHz and 1900 MHz.

To access LTE network, the phone must be compatible with:
700 MHz on Band 17;
1700/2100 MHz on Band 4;
2600 MHz on Band 7.

 

Hope this helps!

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Re: Verizon Droid Maxx (2013 Xt1080m)

as I remember it's a "no"

I bought a verizon HTC Droid DNA, I couldn't get LTE to work. After I did research, Verizon is running 700/1700 as LTE/4G frequency and fido is running 2100/2700..... completely different system... you can can run 3G and HSPA+ for verizon phone, but you will never get LTE here.
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I bought a Droid Maxx from the states and is using it on Fido right now. Works alright, ocassionally 4G signal, HSPA+ most of the time. One thing is that it gets only 3 bars max most of the time for some reason (Waterloo, Ontario). But not major enough to keep me form using the phone  

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Re: Verizon Droid Maxx (2013 Xt1080m)

Hey everyone!

Although this thread is quite old, I'd like to add a little update since I came across it .

 

Things to Know
Your device must be compatible with the Fido network, which uses GSM, UMTS, HSPA and HSPA+ at 850 MHz and 1900 MHz.

To access LTE network, the phone must be compatible with:
700 MHz on Band 17;
1700/2100 MHz on Band 4;
2600 MHz on Band 7.

 

Hope this helps!



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