1. tentativeuser's Avatar
    I assume the answer to this question is yes, but I'd just like to check.

    It looks like my cheapest option for having this phone out of the US might be to buy it here with a carrier, say Verizon, and instantly cancel the contract; even with the fee, it looks significantly cheaper than the unlocked phone, though still expensive.

    Would this plot jeopardize my ability to use the new Note 5 with my preexisting foreign SIM card? Is there a less costly way of achieving the same thing?
    12-28-2015 10:39 PM
  2. dpham00's Avatar
    It would work but check to make sure that Verizon has the bands that you need. Chances are that you would have limited connectivity
    12-30-2015 09:57 AM

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