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    Can a new CDMA account be made with CDMA Samsung NEtwork extender?

    Can a new CDMA account be made with CDMA Samsung Network extender?

    I read Verizon is extending CDMA till the end of 2020

    But i dont want to go through the hassle of making a new account for nothing


    https://stopthecap.com/2019/08/01/ve...e-end-of-2020/

    So there is conflicting info. I called in and the worker had no idea what CDMA is

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    Are you asking if a new account can activate the extender? Or a new account to activate a CDMA device? Verizon won’t activate cdma only devices anymore. Not sure on activating old extenders they may. But once the cdma shutdown occurs I’m pretty sure it’ll prob effect the cdma extenders as well


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    Verizon's stated plan is pretty clear, currently activated devices on network will indeed be allowed to stay to 2021, but from 01/01/20202 no new CDMA devices will be activated, (even replacing existing CDMA devices with others is not allowed). They don't say "phones", but "devices", so I pretty sure an extender that needs activation is included:

    https://www.verizonwireless.com/supp...e-base-218813/

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoNic67 View Post
    Verizon's stated plan is pretty clear, currently activated devices on network will indeed be allowed to stay to 2021, but from 01/01/20202 no new CDMA devices will be activated, (even replacing existing CDMA devices with others is not allowed). They don't say "phones", but "devices", so I pretty sure an extender that needs activation is included:

    https://www.verizonwireless.com/supp...e-base-218813/
    Yep time for people to move on already. Verizon should have stuck to the Jan 1 2020 timeline for killing it. You could delay it to Jan 1st 2025 and you'll still have your "I'm not ready yet" people.

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