Hello, I'm planning to purchase iPhone 6 with two year contract. The situation is that I'm currently outside U.S.. I'm willing to keep the Verizon account active for next two years (paying the voices and data every months), but I wish I can use the new iPhone 6 device in the country outside U.S by popping in non-Verizon network's SIM card. The question is is the two-year contract iPhone 6 country or carrier unlocked? Should I have to activate it on Verizon's network in the first place? Does activation on Verizon's network imply that I'm permanently locked into Verizon's network? Is it possible to activate the device on Verizon's network and then unlock the phone right after? Would it be best to not activate the device on Verizon, but just mail it here (outside U.S.) and activate the phone with the local network here? If not activate the phone how will my Verizon account be updated? I'm really confused... Can somebody give me a good advice?