Question about Verizon Communications enV2 Cellular Phone
Yes, an unlocked phone means it can be used with any carrier on any network. if it's not "full flashed" that means the phone was not completely unlocked, which means the person that did it, didn't know what they were doing and whoever purchased the phone pretty much got ripped off if they were planning on using it on any network other than the original one that the phone was made to work on. i'd say buyer beware. :)
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
If its a cdma phone then its unlocked use with any cdma service provider (e.g. cricket, sprint, verizon). if it's a gsm phone (sim card) then you can use it with any gsm service provider (e.g. at&t, tmobile, etc.). Not FULLY FLASHED doesnt mean they messed up on it, it means that the phone wasn't programmed for mms (pic msgs) and internet
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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