You probably got the question.
Hypothetically, if I currently use a straight talk CDMA phone, can I use the ESN of that phone to activate and use a Verizon device? Or would the ESN have to be a non-active phone?
your phone won't stay active for very long because the Verizon devi lacks the airtime tank software.
You cannot fraudgently substute a phone with very slow data speeds with a phone with fast data speeds and expect Verizon and the ST fraud dept not to notice - since you will be the ONLY one running those speeds.
I wasn't talking about speeds/data, I was just talking about network. The ATT and TMobile networks are crummy. But the CDMA phones offered aren't that great themselves.
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