Ok, as if the LTE doing just 300 kb/s wasn't bad enough, around day 10 or 12.. Verizon pulled those same old scam artist tricks out of their sleeves. With no warning, without any high usage (honestly... it was too slow to use and enjoy it), my phone constantly went to 3G, and stayed on 3G no matter WHERE I was. I could go into airplane mode and turn it back off, and it would connect back with LTE. If I constantly used LTE, it wouldn't drop the LTE... but as soon as my phone wasn't being used for 15-20 seconds... yes, literally that amount of time... back to 3G. That... is how a scam artist does. OH, and not only that, but if you are ever in east Tennessee, you can put my word to the test. Verizon 3G is UNUSABLE. 10 kb/s all the time, and it's been that way for 8 years. In AT LEAST a 60 mile radius. They get you right up there to the 14 day WalMart electronics return policy, then they flip the switch. JK, it's automatic because it's programmed, but you know what I mean.