droid 2 on straight talk

In all honesty only Straight Talk can tell you if the phone will work or not. See they don't have their own network. They borrow the use of either Sprints or AT&Ts, depending on the area. Sprint is a CDMA network while AT&T is a GSM Network. Your Verizon phone would be a CDMA phone. Meaning if the Straight talk in your area is using the AT&T network, then your phone won't work, but it they are using Sprints network then it should. The two, CDMA and GSM, are not compatible and phones are not interchangeable. They are one or the other.

I would suggest you contact Straight Talk and find out if the phone you want to use will work in your area on their network. Only they can say for certain.
 
In all honesty only Straight Talk can tell you if the phone will work or not. See they don't have their own network. They borrow the use of either Sprints or AT&Ts, depending on the area. Sprint is a CDMA network while AT&T is a GSM Network. Your Verizon phone would be a CDMA phone. Meaning if the Straight talk in your area is using the AT&T network, then your phone won't work, but it they are using Sprints network then it should. The two, CDMA and GSM, are not compatible and phones are not interchangeable. They are one or the other.

I would suggest you contact Straight Talk and find out if the phone you want to use will work in your area on their network. Only they can say for certain.
 
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