What does 4G LTE 600 and 3G/4G UMT S 2 2100 mean?

On the GSM coverage map for where I live it says that there is no residential coverage for either 4G LTE 600  or 3G/4G UMT S  2100. What does that mean? More importantly, if I buy a Moto g7 Play phone will it work in my apartment? Here is some meaningless (to me) technical gibberish about the Moto g7 Play, in case that helps.

Operating System Android™ 9 Pie
Processor Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 632 processor with 1.8GHz octa-core CPU and Adreno 506 GPU
Memory (RAM) 2 GB
Internal Storage 32 GB
Expandable Storage microSD Card support (up to 512 GB)**


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  • 4G LTE 600 is just another of our GSM provider's frequencies, specifically LTE Band 71. The towers that spit out this band are more likely to have better indoor coverage. If the towers around you don't have it, it just means that you might not have amazing coverage indoors. 

    UMTS is just 3G data, which is not really used in populated areas unless there's serious congestion. 

    The Moto G7 Play supports LTE 2/4/5/12/66/71, which means it runs the entire spectrum of our GSM network and offers one of the best experiences you can get, assuming the towers near you support all those. It just won't pick up the ones that don't.

    It also supports LTE 25/26/41, meaning if you don't get good GSM coverage, you can probably switch to our CDMA network as well.

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