Is Verizon a GSM network?

Answer Verizon is a CDMA network, not a GSM network. In the United States, Sprint and Verizon use CDMA networks and AT&T and T-Mobile use GSM networks. CDMA coverage is stronger in the United States, whil... Read More »

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Will an AT and T purchased iphone work on Verizon's network if Verizon gets rights to use the iphone on its network - I would like to upgrade my iPhone but want to know if I should wait?

Can I use a Sprint v3m on the Verizon network?

Though Sprint's version of the Motorola RAZR v3m may be technically compatible with Verizon's network, Verizon will refuse to activate any phone that is not Verizon-branded in accordance with its t... Read More »

Is verizon on a cdma network?

There are two major network technologies for cellular phone communications: TDMA, which stands for Time Division Multiple Access, and CDMA, which stands for Code Division Multiple Access. Verizon ... Read More »

Can an unlocked phone be put on Verizon network?

Verizon has an open-door policy when it comes to using customer-provided equipment. As long as the unlocked device operates on the same CDMA frequencies that Verizon uses, the phone is welcome on t... Read More »