Michael said: I got a smartphone. The model is A320T – Lenovo. I was wondering which US carrier would provide service for this type of Smartphone. When I power it up it says 4G LTE. That’s all I know.
Michael, assuming your phone is unlocked it should be able to run just fine on any GSM network since the Lenovo A320T is a quad-band GSM phone. That means that it should work with AT&T, T-Mobile and many smaller local companies. However there is a big caveat.
The Lenovo A320T may say 4G LTE phone, but that means very little, there are different bands used for LTE, the A320T can use bands 38, 39, and 40, those are known as TDD-LTE bands and they are not used by any provider in the US. So basically, if you take the phone to Colombia, or Nigeria, or Brazil, you’re all set! but in the US, you’re not likely to get LTE service.
Major US carriers are using bands 2, 4, 5, 12, 13, 17, 25, 26, and 41, and most minor carriers are just renting the big guys networks, so that’s what you’ll most likely have available to you in your area. You can also check willmyphonework.net, they should be able to show you networks that support your phone.