1. mrjack's Avatar
    I know they use GSM vs CDMA but I see that they are the same model A1549.
    06-29-2015 05:33 PM
  2. BreakingKayfabe said: Best Answer

    It'll work fine. Just need to call up Verizon to activate the IMEI for CDMA legacy support.
  3. kch50428's Avatar
    Traditionally, devices OEMed for providers other than Verizon have NOT been activated by Verizon... however, there have been reports of people who have active Verizon iPhone SIM cards putting them in an iPhone that was on AT&T and everything working fine... caveat emptor.
    06-29-2015 05:35 PM
  4. BreakingKayfabe's Avatar
    It'll work fine. Just need to call up Verizon to activate the IMEI for CDMA legacy support.
    06-29-2015 06:05 PM
  5. mrjack's Avatar
    Will it still work like an iPhone 6 that is sold by Verizon? Meaning will it attach to the same networks (LTE, etc)?
    06-29-2015 06:20 PM
  6. BreakingKayfabe's Avatar
    Will it still work like an iPhone 6 that is sold by Verizon? Meaning will it attach to the same networks (LTE, etc)?
    Sure will.
    06-29-2015 08:24 PM
  7. jsing2010's Avatar
    I'm going to have to try this out for myself
    06-29-2015 09:34 PM
  8. mrjack's Avatar
    What's the best way to get a Verizon SIM? I want to test this out but I'm not a Verizon customer.
    06-30-2015 09:05 AM
  9. gordol's Avatar
    I know they use GSM vs CDMA but I see that they are the same model A1549.
    Maybe when you have LTE coverage, but if that drops, no. AT&T 3G is GSM and 2G is TDMA. Verizon's 3G and 2G is CDMA, which is incompatible.
    06-30-2015 11:26 AM

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