That at least seems to be the case according to a thread over on XDA started by a guy on the outskirts of Oklahoma City. Before you get your hopes up though, it seems that it is a VERY rare scenario and most likely won’t work for you on your Nexus 4. What is happening is that AT&T happens to have the LTE frequency that the Nexus 4 uses in the region where this guy lives but across most of the country they utilize a totally different frequency that just won’t work.
If you’d like to check if it’s working for you on AT&T, here is a list of cities with the slight chance of having the correct frequencies (but even if you are there doesn’t guarantee you’ll get LTE).
Wait and see if 4G comes up at the top of your device next to your signal strength to replace the H. If so, welcome to LTE, if not, shed a tear with the rest of us who it doesn’t work for.
Let us know if you did get it to work, and where you are in the comments below.
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