I just switched from T-Mobile to Cricket today, for 2 Android phones. One is my existing OnePlus One and it shows LTE next to the signal strength. The other is a (new) Moto G 2nd gen, which I read supports LTE but shows "H" next to the signal strength. And boy does it seem slow. In addition, if I go to the Preferred Network Type in Settings, only 2G and 3G are listed. No LTE listed. Is this correct or do I have a bad SIM? Thanks.

  • The 2nd gen Moto G comes in a bunch of variants. The US models don't support LTE, only the Asia/EU ones do. You'll need to figure out what specific model you have (possibly in your device settings) then you can compare it to a list such as en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moto_G_(2nd_generation) – eldarerathis Feb 23 '16 at 21:17
  • Wow, I never knew about the variants. I just Googled the specs before and it showed LTE without mention of this. OK well that explains it, thank you. – Dave Ludwig Feb 24 '16 at 14:44

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