Hello MacRumors members, I have a question concerning the GSM vs CDMA iPhone 5: Background information: I bought the iPhone 5 from the official dealer in Belgium (Mobistar). This is a simlock free GSM model, and should be A1429 GSM. One month later, I had a hardware fault and returned it to Mobistar. One week later (we do not have an apple store here, everything goes through Mobistar) I received my new one.. Now, when I downloaded firmware "iPhone5,1_6.0.1_10A525_Restore" file, it gave me an error about "not compatible" firmware file.. However, file "iPhone5,2_6.0.1_10A525_Restore works.. So I received back a CDMA model I suppose? f0recast gives me the same information: "model: iPhone 5,2 [ND297DN/A]. Are there any consequences by having a CDMA iPhone 5? Should I take it back, and ask for a GSM model? (this will result in 1 week of no iPhone..) ps: My carrier is 'Proximus', and will provide LTE on 1,8 Ghz. Thanks!