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2018-04-19 10:15 PM
Remember that Verizon is an CDMA network and AT&T/T-mobile are GSM, with that said, I can't find any info on which bands the XZ2 is compatible with
AT&T LTE Bands
Band 17(700Mhz), Band 5(850Mhz), Band 2(1900Mhz), Band 4(1700/2100Mhz).
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2018-04-19 10:24 PM
The link didnt work so I attached a pic to keep someone from having to type in the address. Bestbuy is also advertising the phone as Verizon compatible on their site, i believe it goes on sale tomorrow in the states.
2018-04-19 10:29 PM
According to Sony customer service these are the compatible bands.
HSDPA: 850,900,1900,2100 HSPA+
Perhaps on the XZ2 phones they dont actually show 4g/LTE icons? Maybe they only show H+? Total guess as I havent ever used a Sony phone before.
2018-04-20 03:01 AM
Good news for anyone other then myself that was having this issue! Out of pure curiosity i took my wifes sim out of her at&t phone and swapped it with mine just to see what would happen, and HOLY SH*T i have LTE! So knowing it must have been my new sim causing the issue I took it and put it into my wifes phone and BAM it showed as LTE on her phone. Then I put both sims back into their origional phones and SUCCESS my phone now shows LTE. No freaking idea what this did exactly and how it worked, but somehow it must have affected the new sim I obtained from AT&T. How the people at the AT&T store and techsupport didnt know this is beyond me. Anyways cheers!