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www.verizonwireless.com/support/knowledge-base-218813

We are moving all devices to our HD Voice LTE network, which offers superior coverage and performance compared to previous generation networks. Starting January 1, 2020, Verizon will no longer allow any CDMA (3G and 4G Non-HD Voice) 'Like-for-Like' device changes.

www.droid-life.com/2017/11/15/verizon-cdma-unlocked-lte-phones

The end of Verizon’s CDMA network is something that unlocked phone enthusiasts have dreamed about for years. We have all tried to envision a world where Verizon’s lengthy and expensive CDMA ...

www.pcmag.com/news/300986/cdma-vs-gsm-whats-the-difference

Two basic technologies in mobile phones, CDMA and GSM, represent a gap you can't cross.They're the reason you can't use older AT&T phones on Verizon's network and vice versa. But what does CDMA vs ...

www.techradar.com/news/phone-and-communications/mobile-phones/verizon-cdma...

Verizon's CDMA network, for example, seems to come up in discussion often. How is it different from AT&T's network, or from Sprint? AT&T uses GSM technology, just like T-Mobile. Verizon and Sprint ...

www.whistleout.com/.../Can-I-use-my-verizon-sprint-phone-on-a-different-network

Want to take your Sprint or Verizon device to a new network, like AT&T or T-Mobile? This guide will take you through the ins and outs of device compatibility, switching carriers, and CDMA vs. GSM. When you're done, jump aboard WhistleOut's cell phone plan comparison tool to find the perfect home for your device!

www.fiercewireless.com/wireless/verizon-to-shut-down-2g-cdma-1x-network-by-end...

Verizon confirmed to FierceWireless that it is currently planning to shut down its CDMA 1X network by Dec. 31, 2019. However, the carrier said it would work with its current CDMA 1X customers and ...

community.verizonwireless.com/.../Verizon-shutting-down-CDMA-network/td-p/1072074

I came accross some news that Verizon is shutting down its CDMA network. There are conflicting information about this topic. As far as I know, Verizon still supports current subscribers with CDMA phones, but new customers cannot activate CDMA phones.

community.verizonwireless.com/t5/Verizon-Wireless-Services/CDMA-Shutdown/td-p/...

We keep saying "yes". Yup, affirmative, correct. All of the USA, anywhere that Verizon provides service. There will be no CDMA network anymore. That means that any device that does not operate on LTE will no longer work at all. I think the confusion is coming from comments about 'voice over LTE'.

www.pcmag.com/news/cdma-vs-gsm-whats-the-difference

Two basic technologies in mobile phones, CDMA and GSM, represent a gap you can't cross.They're the reason you can't use older AT&T phones on Verizon's network and vice versa. But what does CDMA vs ...

stopthecap.com/2019/08/01/verizon-delays-shutdown-of-3g-cdma-network-until-the...

Verizon Wireless customers with older devices still reliant on 3G CDMA technology will be able to continue using them on Verizon’s network until the end of 2020. The wireless giant confirmed this week it is postponing its retirement of 3G service for a year. The company had planned to switch off support for 3G at the […]