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CDMA 800 required to work with Verizon

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charles
on 12.09.19, 22:34 1.255 views
I live in Texas, and  for this phone to work with my verizon plan it needs to be CDMA 800 for 3g network and verizon compatible frequency 2, 4, 5. 13*, 66 for 4g network. The Unihertz Atom supports CDMA 2000, and WCDMA frequency/band 1,2,3,4,5,8. Please help. Do you have a Unihertz Atom that supports CDMA 800 and frequency 2, 4, 5. 13*, 66 ?


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Steve Weinberg
On 13.01.20, 06:38

You don't need CDMA 800. CDMA is obsolete.  Simply use Verizon's LTE service.


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