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Old 02-14-2008, 11:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by FinanceMan View Post
I have a question on phone unlocking. First legality? What does unlocking a phone do? Can a carrier turn you away from providing you service to an unlocked phone? Lastly, can I get a 8820 (with wifi) and get it activated on Verizon network?

Thanks Sorry for the flood of questions.
Verizon has CDMA system, 8820 is a GSM this is not a match . . . CDMA network providers may arbitrarily deny non-carrier devices operating on their network... GSM carriers do not, so long as the device is unlocked to accommodate a SIM card.