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GSM ready and unlocked?
Martino8
Member

I'll be out of the country and wanting to use the local network. Is my phone able to support the GSM network and is it unlocked?

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vzw_customer_support
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Martino8,


We trust that you will have a pleasant trip and certainly want to see you connected with your loved ones. All of our devices are unlocked for global use http://www.verizonwireless.com/aboutus/commitment/safety-security/device-unlocking-policy.html?lid=s... Our devices are built to support our CDMA/LTE network but cannot be guaranteed to work on other networks. Should you prefer, we have global options available, which can be viewed here www.vzw.com/tripplanner
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Martino8
Member

Would you say that it is likely or unlikely that my droid max would support GSM?

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vzw_customer_support
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Martino8, we're here to support you in any way that we can. Your deivce will work while internationally traveling. Which GSM country will you be visiting? Click the link below for more information regarding our coverage and plan options:


http://www.verizonwireless.com/landingpages/international/



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Snn5
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It will work for basic calls and some data using either an expensive Verizon International plan or a local carrier SIM card.  It will NOT have full functionality though.