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Will an unlocked T-Mobile S6 edge work on Verizon?

apricity
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I'm thinking about buying a used t-mobile s6 edge, but I want to use it on verizon's network, is this possible? If so what are the steps? ¡Gracias!

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Re: will an unlocked t-mobile s6 edge work on verizon?

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This issue with at least Verizon 4G phones is that they are no longer locked, but this does not mean they will necessarily work on all carriers, just like having a Global network selection will not make a Vzw phone work on any carrier, the same goes vice versa for phones from other carriers.  One of the bigger hindrances to a phones compatibility is in regards to it's hardware, in this case, radios that don't use the same frequencies and bands.  True, a phone may partially work on a service or carrier where 1 freq and 1 band match, but in the end, who wants a partially working service?

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Re: will an unlocked t-mobile s6 edge work on verizon?

heretohelp5353
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Keep in mind Verizon's voice network is still CDMA ( no Sim card ) and data is GSM ( Sim Card )  Some of the newer phones however are coming preloaded with capabilities for all. Depending on the company that is. I know Verizon does not lock there Carrier lock there phones for ex ATT. Check the mobile network settings and see if you can change it to global or CDMA/LTE

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Re: will an unlocked t-mobile s6 edge work on verizon?

Tidbits
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No it will not work. You need 700(band 13) support, VoLTE support in your area or CDMA support. The S6 edge does not support band 13 nor does it have CDMA.

Re: will an unlocked t-mobile s6 edge work on verizon?

Snn5
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This issue with at least Verizon 4G phones is that they are no longer locked, but this does not mean they will necessarily work on all carriers, just like having a Global network selection will not make a Vzw phone work on any carrier, the same goes vice versa for phones from other carriers.  One of the bigger hindrances to a phones compatibility is in regards to it's hardware, in this case, radios that don't use the same frequencies and bands.  True, a phone may partially work on a service or carrier where 1 freq and 1 band match, but in the end, who wants a partially working service?

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