07-21-2009, 11:26 PM
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It looks like Iusacell is a CDMA carrier, so in theory it should work. However, I know in the US, most CDMA carriers do not allow devices other than their own on their network. For example Sprint will not allow a Verizon device on Sprint's network, and vice versa.
As far if the features such as BBM, Maps, etc would work; they would only work if Iusacell offers a BlackBerry data plan.
Your best bet would be to contact Iusacell and see if they will allow other carrier branded devices on their network.
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