Other Clarification on eSim. Can’t use esim on CDMA network if primary physical sim is already on one???

Renho

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I was told that if your primary sim is on one network your esim has to be on the other. Is
This true?

But was told you can delete, add and reconfigure your number from
Your phone with esim. That sounds nice.
 

ws07

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This is a bit confusing though.... for example, is Verizon VoLTE (or LTE in general) considered CDMA? I use Verizon for my primary line and am almost never on "CDMA" (as defined by non-LTE coverage...). Anyone have insight into this?
 
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Jordan921

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This is a bit confusing though.... for example, is Verizon VoLTE (or LTE in general) considered CDMA? I use Verizon for my primary line and am almost never on "CDMA" (as defined by non-LTE coverage...). Anyone have insight into this?
Yes I think Verizon is still considered CDMA.
 

DeanLubaki

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This is a bit confusing though.... for example, is Verizon VoLTE (or LTE in general) considered CDMA? I use Verizon for my primary line and am almost never on "CDMA" (as defined by non-LTE coverage...). Anyone have insight into this?
I have always wondered that as well.
 
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