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Verizon's network does not use SIM Cards, only if you have a Blackberry and your going out of the country -would they give you one.
Since their phones are built to pickup CDMA signal, most of the phones don't have a spot for a SIM Card.. Because the phones can't pickup sim card signal..
But your local Verizon Wireless store can hook up both the phones to their system, to do a phonebook transfer for you! Or you can signup online for backup assistant through verizon. Backup assistant is where Verizon saves & copies your contacts onto the website - and then when you hook up a new phone, you use get it now to get backup assistant on the new phone, and it will copy the numbers over for you. If you signup online, it's free.
You are right. This phone is CDMA and hence it does not have a SIM card.These phones are coded or rather "Locked" onto the specific service provider's network. However there are some sites on the net that claim that they can unlock these phones. They have got a money back guarantee as well so you can just give it a go before returning it to your friend. http://www.mobileunlocked.com/LG/enV_VX9900
Just log on to www.verizonwireless.com log in and you can activate the phone online. You cannot just swap the Sim card. If you have issues activating it online you can just call Verizon and have them activate the old phone.