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Verizon uses CDMA rather than GSM, but all of Verizon’s 4G LTE and almost all of its 3G devices come with an unlocked SIM card slot. Due to the unlocked SIM card slot, most devices do not require unlocking in order to be...

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Verizon Wireless customers can activate their phones online by logging into their My Verizon account on the mobile carrier's official website. The Activate Device option is located on the Activate or Switch Device page. ...

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One method for changing your Verizon Wireless mobile phone number is through the Change Mobile Number page of your My Verizon account, which allows you to select a number according to your area code. It is also possible ...

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Most new Verizon wireless phones are sold as unlocked devices as of March 2015. This includes phones using LTE networks and most 3G phones, but not Verizon's Global Ready phones or their prepaid Phone-in-the-Box phones. ...

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A pay-as-you-go SIM card is only usable in a contract phone that uses GSM technology and has been unlocked. To unlock a contract phone, you need the unlock code for your specific model.

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The advantages of code division multiple access technology, or CDMA, are its ability to cover more area with fewer towers and deliver fewer dropped calls, faster speeds and overall better quality, while the advantages of...

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A Verizon phone without a SIM card cannot be used on another network. This is because Verizon operates using CDMA technology.

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