New answers tagged cell-phone-carriers
Per Virgin Mobile's Unlocking FAQ (emphasis mine): What does it mean for my device to be "locked"? The term "locked" means that either Virgin Mobile software or the manufacturers' device designs restrict the device to use with a carrier operating on Sprint's network, such as Virgin Mobile. They gave you a Sprint model at the Apple store.
Apple published detailed pages about both iPad LTE Support and iPhone LTE Support. These pages have a breakdown on device model versus carrier coverage for current (iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3) and old devices. From this table you can see carrier support per device number. Group 1 (USA): iPhone 6 Model A1549 (GSM) and Model A1549 ...
On a recent trip to France I found that enabling 'EU Internet' and data roaming did not work (no internet connection), but turning 'EU Internet' option off, allowed the regular Data roaming to work. Today, I received a txt from Vodafone confirming this and, telling all IOS8 users to turn this feature off (even if they are in Europe)... so it may well be ...
I believe it allows data roaming, but only within European Union countries. See http://www.cultofmac.com/288360/europeans-new-roaming-options/: Inside cellular settings, Apple has added a dedicated “EU Internet” switch alongside the existing data roaming toggle. It gives users the ability to active Internet connectivity when they visit countries inside ...
Compatible carrier ? In USA and "only" in USA there are 2 types called the GSM and the CDMA. The rest of the world (~ 95% of it) is on GSM type networks. T-Mobile is on the GSM in the USA and also on the GSM in Europe. In Europe the GSM is set as standard by the EU policies, so any provider you pick will work.
The GSM side of Verizon phones are unlocked and will work on domestic carriers but there is no guarantee all features will work. It is not the same for Sprint, the GSM side of that phone is unlocked and unlocking it will only allow it to work with non-domestic GSM carriers. A1549 (CDMA): This is considered as the world phone version. It ...
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