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== USA ==
== USA ==
=== AT&T ===
=== AT&T ===
According to [https://ltefix.com/wp-content/uploads/USA-Major-Carriers-Bands-Frequencies-CA.pdf this page], AT&T's primary bands are 12 and 17 - 700ac and 700 MHz respectively. The PinePhone seems to work out-of-the-box with AT&T. If you transfer a SIM card from another phone you were using with AT&T, you need to activate the PinePhone through [https://www.att.com/buy/wireless/byod/byod AT&T's website]. Calls and SMS messages work. VoLTE is as yet untested.
According to [https://ltefix.com/wp-content/uploads/USA-Major-Carriers-Bands-Frequencies-CA.pdf this page], AT&T's primary bands are 12 and 17 - 700ac and 700 MHz respectively. Phone and SMS with PinePhone work out-of-the-box with AT&T. If you transfer a SIM card from another phone you were using with AT&T, you may need to activate the PinePhone through [https://www.att.com/buy/wireless/byod/byod AT&T's website]. Calls and SMS messages work. 4G and MMS work if [https://www.att.com/support/article/wireless/KM1062162/ these settings] are used for APN, MMSC, and Proxy.


However, it is likely AT&T will drop support with their network upgrade in the near future like their child company Cricket Wireless already has. [https://www.att.com/ecms/dam/att/consumer/help/pdf/Devices-Working-on-ATT-Network.pdf This page] lists their supported devices for their new network.
AT&T may drop support with their network upgrade in the near future like their child company Cricket Wireless already has. [https://www.att.com/ecms/dam/att/consumer/help/pdf/Devices-Working-on-ATT-Network.pdf This page] lists their supported devices for their new network.


=== Consumer Cellular ===
=== Consumer Cellular ===
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