Verizon's Moto X supports the carrier's CDMA network, the AT&T HSPA+ network (oddly enough), foreign HSPA+ networks on the 900 and 2100MHz (but not 1800MHz) bands at speeds up to HSPA+ 42, and Verizon's LTE network on 700MHz and AWS. That last bit will help the Moto X get LTE coverage in crowded cities like New York where Verizon's 700Mhz network is completely saturated, and not all phones support it.
I had to look as I'm hoping the Tampa area gets a boost...my speeds are so inconsistent. When I has my Thunderbolt, I would hit 30Mbs+ all day long.
Originally Posted by Russthebus4601
Anyone know if the X will be compatible? They mention the droid line so I would imagine yes, but the X is not mentioned specifically.
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