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Will 2 sims in the OnePlus 2 work on 2 different networks I:E AT&T & T-MOBLIE

  1. Ragin
    Froyo Aug 17, 2015


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  2. jpenguin
    Gingerbread Aug 21, 2015

  3. Huzzah_Huzzah
    Honeycomb Aug 21, 2015


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  4. crazygoda
    Froyo Aug 21, 2015


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  5. bp328i
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 21, 2015

    bp328i , Aug 21, 2015 :
    No

    My understanding is it will not work on Verizon or Sprint in the US... CDMA
     

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  6. john3293
    Jelly Bean Aug 21, 2015


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  7. FlipJumpman
    Honeycomb Aug 21, 2015


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  8. josefn24
    Jelly Bean Aug 21, 2015

    josefn24 , Aug 21, 2015 :
    That's the point of dual sim.. To be able to use on 2 different networks as long as the frequency is supported. Too bad for CDMA customers but I thought CDMA was dead until I read these forums..in guess its moto x for those people
     

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  9. Baymax
    Starting Point Expert Community Expert Aug 21, 2015


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  10. rusty939
    Gingerbread Aug 21, 2015

    rusty939 , Aug 21, 2015 :
    The whole purpose of 2 sims is to have 2 different networks!! but I don't think u can use both at the same time.
     

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  11. bp328i
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 21, 2015

    bp328i , Aug 21, 2015 :
    OK so you "might" get data in some places but you won't get voice or SMS. So NO the phone won't work on Verizon. Besides, Verizon would never allow it on its network.

    http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2407896,00.asp

    It's much easier to swap phones on GSM networks, because GSM carriers put customer information on a removable SIM card. Take the card out, put it in a different phone, and the new phone now has your number. What's more, to be considered GSM, a carrier must accept any GSM-compliant phone. So the GSM carriers don't have total control of the phone you're using.

    That's not the case with CDMA. In the U.S., CDMA carriers use network-based white lists to verify their subscribers. That means you can only switch phones with your carrier's permission, and a carrier doesn't have to accept any particular phone onto its network. It could, but typically, U.S. carriers choose not to.
     
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  12. smanrocks
    Gingerbread Aug 21, 2015


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  13. EpicSwirly
    Aug 21, 2015

    EpicSwirly , Aug 21, 2015 :
    Any CDMA ones like Sprint and Verizon along with their MVNOs will NOT work with the OP2. Only GSM one slike At&t and T-Mobile and their MVNOs will work with the OP2.
     

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  14. damngamerz
    Gingerbread Aug 21, 2015


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  15. smanrocks
    Gingerbread Aug 25, 2015

    smanrocks , Aug 25, 2015 :
    Thanks!
     

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  16. sleepdragonone
    KitKat Aug 25, 2015

    sleepdragonone , Aug 25, 2015 :

    Yes, of course, it can even work with a third one, if you have a triple sim tray........hehe
     

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