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Can anyone help with this? I have MI424WR wireless modem from Verizon and since I upgraded my iPhone from a 4 to a 5 I have a hard time streaming videos. In fact, if I turn my wireless "off" on my phone, the LTE is faster than my home wi-fi. This of course burns up my limited monthly data. It seems to me that there's no way my LTE should be faster than my home wi-fi. Anybody else have this problem or can you recommend a solution?
...I have MI424WR wireless modem from Verizon and since I upgraded my iPhone from a 4 to a 5 I have a hard time streaming ... can you recommend a solution?
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LTE in many cases is going to be faster than the home Wi-Fi, if you're on DSL when it comes down to capacity. If you're on FiOS, your iPhone should be able to hit at least 20Mbps down, and some 6Mbps up.