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So im thinking of buying a couple of iPhone 4's. They are used, most likely Verizon or Sprint. They are bad esn phones, and my question is, if I unlock
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    So im thinking of buying a couple of iPhone 4's. They are used, most likely Verizon or Sprint. They are bad esn phones, and my question is, if I unlock the phone will I be able to use it?? And i'll be using the phones in Pakistan if that makes a difference and i'll be using sim cards.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaneI View Post
    So im thinking of buying a couple of iPhone 4's. They are used, most likely Verizon or Sprint. They are bad esn phones, and my question is, if I unlock the phone will I be able to use it?? And i'll be using the phones in Pakistan if that makes a difference and i'll be using sim cards.

    Thanks in advance.
    Your looking at CDMA phones which are only good in the USA as they do not use sim cards.

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    So what iPhones use sim cards?
    except for at&t

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    Any that say "GSM" as opposed to "CDMA".

    Most will specify, however if they say esn, they will be referring to CDMA phones & not GSM phones.
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