In general there are two types of cell phones are available in the market, CDMA and GSMA where each one is compatible to different frequency ranges. The GSM is the cell phone type that can be used under any GSM network carrier such as like (T-mobile, AT&T etc) around the world. However the mobile network carriers usually choose to lock these settings, so that they do not work in other network carriers and in which the customers cannot simply change the network carriers by themselves. This is because then they offer cheap phones in return and used them for long term commitment.
- One way of Unlocking of the CDMA mobile phones enables the customer to reverse the phone lock settings and reactive in their device by using other GSM carrier network.
- Another way is that to buy the mobile devices in its original state because these mobile devices will be already unlocked so it does not require unlock operation once again.
The CDMA mobile phone is the device that doesn’t use SIM cards, in which at present unlocked CDMA cell phones works on simple concept and programmed in such a way that can work only under their assigned carrier network. But as the technology has been developed now it is possible to use the CDMA SIM card number can be changed to GSM carrier but the mobile device that is programmed as CDMA can be unlocked based on the mobile type and its manufacturer.
How to unlock any Verizon CDMA phone
Unlocking the Verizon CDMA mobile phone is very easy process in which like any cell phone the CDMA mobile device requires a network to work. In this case the CDMA mobile device works in the Verizon network and for unlocking this phone will allow working with the other kinds of carrier network providers. Unlocking the CDMA mobile phone requires the permission from the Verizon in the form of the code and a memory card from the new carrier provider. When you contact the Verizon customer care service and express your intention to unlock your CDMA Verizon mobile phone then the retrieve your individual identification number and IMEI code printed on back of your mobile device.
After completing this process just turn your mobile phone device off then after a while turn it on then remove your Verizon’s SIM card out and put back the SIM slot with another SIM card of the next carrier network which your new provider gives you. After placing the new SIM card restart your mobile device the new SIM card will be detected then you need to provide the IMEI code, once the code is accepted then it means you have unlocked your CDMA mobile phone and now you are mobile will begin to work in the new carrier network. When you want to know on which data service or package you are using and to determine how your mobile phone will work on the new network you need to contact your carrier network provider with your model of the phone.