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Does anyone in the area where Sprint released their LTE coverage has the PRL from the iPhone 4s? If so, how has the speed increased? If it's a lot better, please upload the PRL so I can try it out.

 

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Does anyone in the area where Sprint released their LTE coverage has the PRL from the iPhone 4s? If so, how has the speed increased? If it's a lot better, please upload the PRL so I can try it out.

 

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There's no LTE or 4G in any iPhone ever released. PRLs don't effect LTE or transfer rates on CDMA.

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Does anyone in the area where Sprint released their LTE coverage has the PRL from the iPhone 4s? If so, how has the speed increased? If it's a lot better, please upload the PRL so I can try it out.

 

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All the current iPhones are only 3G capable. To get better data speeds you have to load a verizon PRL on your Sprint iPhone to force it to roam on Verizon and you'll get 10x faster data speed than Sprint 3G. I currently get about 3 mb/s

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There's no LTE or 4G in any iPhone ever released. PRLs don't effect LTE or transfer rates on CDMA.

 

Not true. Load 12124 on a LTE phone and see how well your 4g works.

 

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PRLs don't effect LTE or transfer rates on CDMA.

 

PRL's don't necessarily affect transfer rates, but they can affect which towers you connect to and thus can affect transfer rates.

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