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If Apple says you need a specific iPhone 5s for Spanish carriers, then you probably do. Even if a US iPhone supports all the LTE bands in Spain, you're just better off buying the phone made specifically for your country.


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Bullshit, we had an iPhone 6, only seeing an O2 (UK) card for a year. After that it just accepted a Hungarian card (Telenor HU) without any issues. But beware with one thing: "unlocked" from Carphone Warehouse in UK means "unlocked for any UK networks", not internationally (that's why it is cheaper). Buy from apple.co.uk if you really want it to be surely ...


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You could try lots of things. Your carrier (the one you pay) might know how to help. You could get service with Sprint, associate the phone with that service and then get it unlocked. You could return the phone to the person and ask them to unlock it. I would keep good notes on what you try and then reach out to your local consumer watchdog resources. ...


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I got too carried away with complaining about the 5s and older models about their lack of compatibility/exchangeability between carriers. Ok, as far as I know when it comes to the 6, if you buy a Verizon phone (or some other phone for that matter) these days it will work with both Verizon and any GSM carrier worldwide. This is due that Verizon phones have ...


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You only run into trouble if you wanna activate your iPhone with Sprint or any of their MVNOs and don't have a Sprint-compatible iPhone, otherwise you're fine. Well, most of the time. Verizon and its MVNOs are CDMA carriers. AT&T, T-Mobile and their respective MVNOs are GSM carriers. The odd ball is Sprint in only this aspect: their phones don't work ...


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phone dead (although I think that's 0 rings) phone off they're on the phone right now rejected the call (although it would different frequencies) weak or no signal


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If calls to your device are not ringing, it means that your cellular carrier had difficulty getting the call to your handset before the central office diverted the call to voicemail. The voicemail happens server side, so you would contact your carrier to get into why calls are being placed but not arriving at your device in time to answer them. If the ...



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