1. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    This is my understanding as well. On the Apple site, check the Tech Specs on any phone and it clearly states that the GSM version works only on ATT and TMO. Actually, it says it this way... the GSM version will not work on the Sprint and Verizon networks.
    Thank you for clarifying!
    11-28-2017 05:56 PM
  2. bobpet63's Avatar
    I switched from Verizon to att with no issues whatsoever with my x.
    11-30-2017 08:24 PM
  3. bobpet63's Avatar
    I had to switch. Shotty service in an area for work I just started on.
    11-30-2017 08:26 PM
  4. 5t3v3n1's Avatar
    I think what people get confused on is that Verizon LTE is not CDMA technology. The AT&T version of the iPhone X will work on Verizon LTE; it will not work on Verizon 1x CDMA network. I’m not sure about 3G though
    11-30-2017 10:29 PM
  5. Kilwillie's Avatar
    Doesn’t Verizon still fall back to 1X for voice calls?
    12-01-2017 09:48 AM
  6. LCW's Avatar
    Doesn’t Verizon still fall back to 1X for voice calls?
    No
    12-01-2017 03:25 PM
  7. zenjen's Avatar
    I switched from Verizon to att with no issues whatsoever with my x.
    Per Apple’s Tech Specs, the Verizon version of the phone works on the ATT and TMO networks. This is why the A1865 model is the most versatile and the better investment given this versatility.

    The ATT/TMO A1901 version is less versatile because it is restricted to just those two networks.
    12-01-2017 10:23 PM
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