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BYOD Coming?

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I think it's worked that way for a long time. That's worked on every Nexus I've tested.

Calls won't work until its registered on their network.

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As far as I've experienced first hand, iPhones (5c and newer) from Verizon and Sprint (seen it happen with a T-MOBILE iPhone also) can indeed be activated on USCC. Register the ESN in the system, drop in a USCC SIM card, voila. Activates just like any other COE device.

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I've been bring my own and activating them for years on USCC.. Have just called into customer service or gone into the stores and activated them.. Actually I've been doing it for 15 plus years..

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You shouldnt have to call CS - i replied in the other thread.

 

I dont think you understand what im saying. A lot of us have done what you said for years.

 

Having to call CS is not necessary on any other carrier - they dont care.  Their system gets the info from the phone and it updates by itself, you never have to tell them anything.

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