What Frequency Does Verizon Use?

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Verizon uses a mix between the 800 and 1900 MHz frequencies. Wit the exception of Florida and Texas, Verizon uses the 800 MHz band for voice services. In Texas and Florida, Verizon uses the 1900 MHz frequency band. Verizon uses the 1900 MHz frequency band for its EVDO broadband data service.
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Verizon operates on the 850 mhz and the 1900 mhz
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In theory, it should. See the table in the related link to Wikipedia. Verizon doesn't use 700 or 1700 MHz - but does use the others you've listed.
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Most cell phone operations use between 800-920MHz frequency. If it is CDMA, it will be the lower end of that spectrum. GSM, the higher end.
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Verizon FIOS TV broadcasts at 4,510 khz.
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Verizon uses a mix between the 800 and 1900 MHz frequencies. Wit the exception of Florida and Texas, Verizon uses the 800 MHz band for voice services. In Texas ...
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