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Verizon Wireless XLTE on the Samsung Galaxy S5

29 Apr Verizon Wireless XLTE on the Samsung Galaxy S5



In this video I discuss the speed enhancement Verizon’s XLTE (roughly double the bandwidth of LTE) brings to compatible devices in select markets where the service has begun to roll out. Enjoy!
-TDD
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27 Comments
  • Alberto Rocha
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    I'm currently on a Verizon business plan from my company with truly unlimited data and unthrottled.. I work oilfields and travel lot and I usually get 30+ download n 20+ upload in Rural areas (2-3bars) – 65-70+ download n 45+ upload in cities
    With my personal Sprint Spark S5 I usually get 10-15 download n 10 upload in Rural  and 40+ download n 25+ upload in cities
    If I were to personally choose I'll hands down select Verizon for the reliability. Seems my Sprint coverage is somewhat spotty. People that live within the city won't notice but people like me that spend our 75% traveling surely will. I'll probably be switching my family over to Verizon once my Sprint contract ends.

  • Paul Streicher
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    I like the speaker's voice. The last sentence sounded like a plane captain. Just for grins he should add to the end of a video, 'Thanks for flying Digital Digest and please come back soon'. Hah. Great video by the way. Looking forward to XLTE coming to Tampa one day soon.

  • Brandon Dinet
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    Sprint is sht now Verizon reigns supreme as far as service and phone prices go

  • Sophak Sun
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    Yes, they are evil. I have Verizon and hope they fail.

  • Ford.Car.Reviews
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    I get those speeds on Sprint Spark with On bar of service. 

  • Ti10
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    On my t-mobile lte I get 80 down. I can prove with multiple screenshots.

  • Gaven Powell
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    Who is up filming videos at 6:57am that is crazy dude but good video tho 🙂

  • Hilario Aguirre
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    Your not really unlimited it's more like you get about 5GB a month

  • tisoyboy2
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    Data caps have nothing to do with the speed. A 5 megabyte file is still 5 megabytes no matter if you download it in 2 seconds or 20!

  • Nicky T
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    XLTE speeds are amazing.   Just so people know your signal will be slightly weaker on Band 4 (unless youre next to a tower, because of the higher frequency)  Still with even 2 bars of LTE on Band 4 speeds can easily top 35 mbps.  If the signal gets too weak, your handset will automatically switch back to the original LTE (Band 13, which travels further hence a stronger signal)

  • David K
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    I upgraded from 3g to 4glte… my speedtest with 3g is about 1.5mbps in a good area.. I can browse and stream youtube videos just good… My new speed test with lte varies… I averaged around 5 to 30mbps… Speed is very fast to me.. Facebook, youtube load extemely fast… My opinion is your mobile will browse just fine with an internet speed of 2mbps maybe even a little less. Starbucks and mcdonald wifi is about the same as 4g speed… But 4g lte just kills it all… I don't know how fast the internet can get… But I heard about some areas in the urban is getting a 5g network.. But all of it is worthless if you have limited data… Hahaha..

  • Mega Lucario Warrior
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    DOES IT WORK FOR IPHONE 5?!?!?! TELL MEEEEE!!!! 
    plz.

  • Synplexi
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    I get 16 down on regular LTE. Is that bad?

  • Nader Sedaghat
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    I just got 89Mgbs. In San Jose ca lg g2

  • MrProTechHD
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    Whats the whole Point of the XLTE if the data services are capped?

  • Okinamba
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    you should be an airplane pilot ._.

  • Blake Fairburn
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    Meanwhile in New Zealand 
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BpBhErXIYAEvm0N.jpg

    can get 100 mbit/s quite easily sometimes even up to 140

  • JOSE 8 BALL POOL
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    45 mbps 31 upload on Tmobile with my note 3 and iPhone 5s

  • Varox
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    Most major brands still need to upgrade to LTE in the Netherlands >.>

    This makes me jealous.

  • Carlos Tobon
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    im not criticizing Verizon nor defending AT&T but i get 33.50 upload and 28.00 download on average on AT&T in Manhattan so if 34.00 is the highest speed then idk if thats XLTE but post another video with better signal and ill come back to see that

  • TheChemist187
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    I get those same speeds with my EDGE connection……but in megabits

  • Carl Dixon
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    Here in Omaha Nebraska, on my galaxy note 3 I just got a speed test result of 50 Mbps. That's much faster than what I've seen previously.

  • Shady
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    Having high speed on Verzion makes no sense either way,you'll just burn through all that restricted data faster lol,also I'm on sprint with sprint spark on my lg g flex and I've got speeds up to 40mb a second during a test,used 40 gbs last month's and this is before I root my phone and use it hotspot for free 😀

  • Anthony J
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    I actually don't think this is as great as people claim it to be because now for those with 1gb and 2gb plans they will fly past their data limit so much faster than before. Sprint has unlimited but is very slow so the best carrier for unlimited with good lte speeds for a reasonable price would be t-mobile.

  • veoozo
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    What does XLTE stand for?

  • Cameron Brown
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    i have gotten 63.09 Mbps down and 14.86 up on regular LTE on the HTC Droid DNA close to Indianapolis,IN but in my home town 45 minutes to an hour south of indy. in my rural town my speeds range to location and time. if im at home during peek hours i get anywhere from slower then 3G speeds up to around 20Mbps with 4 or 5 bars, and about 5 minutes away from home i have gotten almost 50 Mbps down. those speeds during peek hours. but off peek hours while at home is where i can normally average around 16, but have seen 20 and almost 30. Most people in my town use verizon but there of have in the past. but since all of the who no more unlimted data started things i think have changed and people have switched to a prepaid service or on another carrier. but either way weather prepaid or not, they mostly need to use a prepaid phone that runs on verizon or off of att as those are the two best providers in the area, t mobile still only has 2G here. the new US Cellular is roaming according to there map. and sprint finally launched 4G in my area but the signal strength is lacking very badly and still has bad dead spots according to one of my friends that has it. when he goes to walmart he has no service in the parking lot. It always has been a bad dead zone for sprint. and at some other locations he has dropped back down to 3G. 

  • Log Home
    Posted at 05:46h, 29 April

    I get those speeds or better from the regular Verizon LTE.