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  1. I'm not seeing this A, B, C...
  2. I have a Verizon LG G2 and it does have a SIM... The only difference between the two is the supported LTE bands... https://www.phonescoop.com/phones/compare.php?p=4112,4215
  3. Is that site that compares and shows changes in PRL's still around?
  4. I would do the ESIM and IMEI (for CDMA) with Sprint and use a physical Verizon SIM...
  5. You mean the band that it is using works in your apartment. If they replace it with LTE on that same frequency you should be fine.
  6. Interesting. Mine does not contain "SG". You're going to have a different SIM card on that newer iPhone so the question is does it match the other iPhone's SIM?
  7. The version number is printed on the sim card itself.
  8. Are your SIM card's part and version numbers identical?
  9. I meant to mention assuming I could update the associated IMEI through the website.
  10. I've had PRL's in the 5xxxx series ever since iOS 9.3.3 so I don't think the iOS version is the problem. Someone here mentioned the SIM
  11. Have you done a ##CLEAR# then a ##UPDATE# since switching?
  12. What would happen if I put a iPhone 8 SIM in a iPhone 6s??? I find it odd that Sprint needs different SIM's for different phone's when the other 3 carriers and MVNO's can provide a single universal SIM...
  13. Ya, I wonder that too. There is no Sprint where I am living right now and I'm roaming on AT&T LTE for data and AT&T HSDPA for voice. I checked the maps and there is T-Mobile here. So why prefer AT&T over T-Mobile?!
  14. I am concerned about what Sprint is going to do about voice for iPhone's 6, 6+, SE, 6s, 6s+, 7, and 7+. Right now with my 6s my voice calls go over AT&T HSDPA when I'm outside of Sprint coverage. I'm wondering if Sprint will support VoLTE on these phones or decide to just pawn us off on AT&T for voice even inside Sprint coverage areas, which I believe AT&T plans to shut down HSDPA in 2022.
  15. I get 128kbps - 512kbps on "Extended Network LTE" and I'm 99% sure it's on AT&T's network. I get about 5mbps/5mbps on "Extended LTE" and I'm not sure if it's Verizon or T-Mobile's network... Neither of which seem to go towards my 300mb data roaming limit. The only thing that seems to go towards that limit is "Extended 3G" which is on Verizon.
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