My girlfriend's family is switching to ST from Verizon. Now, she would like an HTC One or Samsung Galaxy S3. I understand the BYOD terms in regards to GSM devices - unlocked, works with particular bands, buy a matching SIM. However, I called ST Support and asked him if Verizon CDMA 4G LTE phones are supported, and he said yes.
Is this true? Can I get an unlocked CDMA HTC One and activate it through BYOD and receive Verizon service?
You can take a Verizon CDMA phone that also has gsm and slap a Straight Talk Att sim into it. So you can take Verizon Droid DNA and put an ST.Att sim not it and it will work
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I think his point was if it's "globally" set it would be unlocked without the need to acutally unlock it. So I'm screwed either way? Sell it and get what type of phone? I prefer Verizon towers b/c they're better in the mountain areas I live in.
If one buys the Straight Talk branded iPhone 5, it will be on Verizon and include a Verizon LTE SIM. That SIM can be then moved to any Verizon LTE enabled phone (ones requiring a SIM).
I'm not sure why ST doesn't just sell the Verizon LTE SIM BYOD like they do with the other carriers. Purchasing an iPhone just to get the Verizon SIM is a fairly expensive option.....
I have a verzion galazy 4 that i bought on ebay thinking i could use preapid verizon. Found out i cant. Is there a way to flash n use on net10 or straight talk? Verizon is just too high for me