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Iphone SE (2020)
330pilot
Newbie

On the Verizon website, I did a comparison between the iphone SE (2020), the iphone 8 and the iphone 11.  At the bottom of the comparison one topic is "World Device".  For the 8 and the 11 it states:  "Works in over 200 countries depending on your plan."  For the SE (2020) it just shows N/A?  After making a chat inquiry,  I was told that all iphones "Works in over 200 countries depending on your plan."  So, Verizon either needs to clean up that mistake for the iphone SE (2020) or the help desk needs to be informed of the anomaly.  Anyone out there with an iphone SE (2020) been able to use it internationally?

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Re: Iphone SE (2020)
vzw_customer_support
Customer Support

It's very important to have the right tool for the job. The iPhone SE is a World Device. This is the criteria you want to look for when viewing smartphones. Please access the device on our page and select "Network" and you will see:

World Device
  • GSM 850Mhz
  • GSM 900Mhz
  • GSM 1800Mhz
  • GSM 1900Mhz
  • UMTS 850Mhz
  • UMTS 900Mhz
  • UMTS 1900Mhz
  • UMTS 2100Mh
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  • I hope this helps.

  BobbyN_VZW

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