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MY DROID HAS NO SIM CARD HOW CAN I USE IT AS A CELL PHONE

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In USA, Verizon offers Droid which uses CDMA technology. You can call Verizon customer service and tell them to activate the phone on your account. You should be a Verizon customer, should have a data plan and the phone serial number should be clean(not in lost/stolen list and active on another account). You'll have to give ESN number to the Verizon customer service agent while calling them. ESN number is at the back of the phone when you take the battery out.

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