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Old July 18th, 2013, 07:28 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by FirebirdStud View Post
Yep, Verizon confirmed the SIM is only for 4G, and that voice and messages are still CDMA. So, this phone isn't worth a crap abroad. I think I will still get it, but just know that unless the country you are going to has 4G, this phone simply wont work outside of America.
Which ever Verizon rep told you that was misinformed. The sim slot will take a gsm sim card and work as long as it's a global phone, the sim is unlocked, and you use a carrier that uses frequencies that your phone supports.

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every 4g phone we have ever released has a sim card in it. they are global CAPABLE but you must add a feature to your contract that will unlock it for overseas use.
Not every LTE phone is global capable, though just about any modern one is. There are a couple older ones like the Galaxy Nexus, Droid Charge, etc that don't have gsm radios in it.
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