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I'm no US phone user but I thought Verizon and Sprint, while they both use CDMA, ran their networks on different frequencies? I know this is quite often the case with GSM networks unless the government says they have to be the same (Singapore) such as how AT&T and T-Mo use different bands in the US. I highly doubt the Nexus S 4G has the right bands to even support Verizon if ported/whatever seeing as it was and still is a Sprint exclusive (so why would they include a different frequency if it wasn't being used). Another thing to mention, you would only get Verizon 3G if this was possible, Sprint uses WiMax in the NS4G while Vzw uses LTE as their 4G technology.

That's my thoughts and knowledge, but I'm no expert on CDMA as we have none of them in Australia to try. Because of that, feel free to prove me wrong and accomplish it


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