Hi All, Has anyone ever attempted to activate a fully unlocked Australian iPhone 6 on a US CDMA carrier such as Verizon or Sprint? I have a fully unlocked Australian iPhone model number A1586, which technically has all the necessary bands and radios for any carrier, and the phone is factory unlocked. It does not come with a SIM card and is not "pre-activated." The Australian Apple store asserts on its website that the phone will not work on CDMA, but some separate web research suggests that technically the CDMA radio is enabled. This would make sense because Model A1586 is the same model that Sprint sells locked in the United States on contract, and Sprint is a CDMA network. I believe the difference between the US Sprint A1586 and the Australian-sold A1586 is that the Sprint phone is only sold fully locked on a two year plan, whereas the Australian A1586 is sold fully unlocked (by law in Australia) with no plan. I would love to hear perspective on this, but as best as I can figure so far the real "not usable on CDMA" claim really boils down to whether or not a US carrier would be willing to activate the foreign iPhone, rather than a question of whether the phone could be activated. It seems technically capable of using CDMA. If what I read so far is correct, Sprint will straight up refuse to activate it, and Verizon will similarly be confused because the IMEI number will not be in their inventory when they attempt to activate it, leading to a dilemma in the store and all around confusion (is that right?). One anecdote I read suggested that you could sneakily use a fully unlocked Australian A1586 model on Verizon CDMA network so long as you could swap in an existing Verizon SIM card (from, say, an older Verizon iPhone), and that this would allow de facto use, but that the network would assume you were running the older phone instead of the iPhone 6 or something like that. Sounded like a sweet MacGyver move, but not necessarily an approved or stable long term solution. Anyone have any experience with this? Could I convince Verizon to give me a new SIM and activate the phone in this manner? Any other creative ideas? Absent these shenanigans, I know I could activate it on AT&T or T-Mobile easily enough, them being GSM carriers, but Verizon has the best coverage where I'm at. Final curiosity: I have a Sprint nano SIM from my current iPhone 5. I'm tempted to pop it into this new iPhone 6 and see what happens, although I'm wary about somehow activating the CDMA to Sprint. Should I try it? Why or why not? I want to ultimately drop my current Sprint plan because their LTE coverage here is poor. Thanks!!