Is the iPhone 6s Plus capable of 4G?

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Brandi Shaw

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Goran, Mobile Master

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Yes it is.
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Brandi Shaw

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Sweet, how do you activate it?
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There's no activation required. If its available in your area it will connect to it. Of course make sure I'm settings you leave wcdma/lte/if there's a anything else as the option for network to connect to. I guess that's how it's "activated" but it should be on it by default
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Ty I'll do some reading.. :$ I am in a bad area for coverage.
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David, Mobile Master

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Then LTE may not be available to you until you travel to a location with better (LTE) coverage.
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Brandi Shaw

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I have LTE, I've seen 3G come up when I'm in town. However, no 4G yet
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iPhone won't show 4G in most instances. You will see 3G or LTE on the screen. LTE is a form of 4G.
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I searched my area, and 4G is accessible. You're absolutely right, LTE is much faster. Ty
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For the ordinary people, 4G is the same as LTE. No difference.