|Full country name||United States Of America|
|Currency||United States dollar (USD)|
The United States is doing a lot of things differently: voltage, power plugs and mobile phones. This leads to a large number of errors and confusion when you come from another country. Here’s a quick guide to avoid disappointment.
This review relates to the United States of America (USA), its 50 States and the district of Columbia, this is valid for all continental mainland and the Islands of Hawaii. There, the same operators are roaming, forming one common network with no extra fees for roaming. This is partly true for Puerto Rico and the U.S. virgin Islands, but additional operators offer mobile services, which are shown in the overview of Puerto Rico. Other overseas territories of the United States, in which different providers are represented in separate reviews, such as GUAM or Samoa.
The US has 4 national mobile networks:
- Verizon Wireless
- T-Mobile USA
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Complemented by a small regional network operating in limited areas. In the framework of the agreement on internal roaming they are partially available for subscribers of the big 4 providers.
- in 2G Verizon and Sprint use CDMA, while T-Mobile uses GSM
- in 3G Verizon and Sprint use EVDO, while AT&T and T-Mobile UMTS
- in 4G all four operators only use LTE
Because the device will be difficult to read long reviews, the review of the United States is divided into 3 additional sub-section in accordance with network providers: AT&T, T-Mobile and their Resellers, as well as Verizon and Sprint from the perspective of the owner of GSM devices.