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Also, if you are still under contract with AT&T, the carrier won't let you unlock your iPhone 5 for international use. That's why it's better to buy a device at full price. So which version of the iPhone 5 should you buy? I'd suggest buying the unlocked version of the Verizon iPhone 5. Here's why: For one, the Verizon iPhone 5 can be purchased at full price and it's unlocked right out of the box. Also, Verizon's version of the iPhone 5 supports its own 4G LTE network in the U.S. and it will support LTE in other parts of the world, such as Europe. This means that you should be able to slip in a SIM card from another carrier that uses bands 1 or 3 for LTE, and you should be able to get service on that iPhone 5 at LTE speeds. So if you live in a place where Band 1 or 3 is being used, you could still get those faster speeds overseas, while also being able to get 4G LTE at home on Verizon's network.

The international version of the iPhone 5 also supports the international LTE bands, but it doesn't support Verizon's or Sprint's 4G LTE network, Remember this is the GSM version of the device, which means it can't operate on any of Verizon's or Sprint's networks, But because it also doesn't support AT&T's flavor of LTE, you can't get 4G LTE access on this device in the U.S, To make sure I answered your questions, here's a summary, Should I get an iPhone 5 under contract or iphone xr barely there - blush unlocked without a contract?..

Does an unlocked iPhone 5 mean that it works all over the world and on any U.S. network (AT&T, Verizon, Sprint)?. Does The iPhone 5 still have restrictions between networks (AT&T and Verizon, etc.)?. If an unlocked iPhone 5 does have restrictions, then should I buy the Verizon iPhone 5 because it will work on AT&T also?. I hope this advice was helpful. Good luck. Ditch AT&T for Verizon iPhone 5?. Dear Maggie. I am currently an AT&T customer. I am planning to get the new iPhone 5, and I'm considering switching to Verizon. The reason why is that I hate AT&T's 3G network. But I know the iPhone 5 operates on a 4G network, so maybe it wouldn't matter. Also, I'm nervous about giving up my unlimited data plan on AT&T. What should I do?.

Thanks,Undecided, Dear Undecided, You are in the exact same situation that I am in right now, And I have decided to ditch AT&T for the iPhone 5 on Verizon Wireless, Here's why: Like you, I have been frustrated by AT&T's 3G wireless service, Downloads on the 3G network are slow, I sometimes don't even bother accessing iphone xr barely there - blush the Internet when I'm outside of a Wi-Fi hot spot, I live in New York City and I've always been plagued with spotty voice service throughout the city, I've noticed recently that phone service has gotten even worse for me, And my calls are dropped often..

That said, I have used other 4G LTE devices on AT&T's network. This summer I had the pleasure of using the Samsung Galaxy S3 on AT&T for a few weeks. The speeds were incredible. In fact, there are some people who say that AT&T's LTE speeds are even faster than Verizon's LTE network. This may be true in certain instances. But you have to remember that AT&T's network is still only lightly loaded. (That's also true of Verizon's LTE network.) Over time, as more people get on the network, performance is likely to degrade. But more than that, I think the real problem with AT&T's network is its footprint.