sent in tmobile iphone 6 plus for repair, possibly received verizon?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by eaglehdz21, Mar 26, 2015.

  1. eaglehdz21 macrumors newbie

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    Hey guys trying to figure this out here hopefully somebody can chime in. I recently sent and received a tmobile iPhone 6 plus for for repair to apple. Today i received back a replacement device. When i check my imei through swappa, checkesnfree, and even the verizon website, all come back as the device being verizon. Does apple perhaps send back a contract free phone when tmobile phones are serviced? i have however tried to insert a non tmobile sim in the phone, and i get a prompt indicated that they sim card isn't valid for this device. Any help would be greatly appreciated. i am planning on reselling the device, or possible keep it for my own use on verizon once but trying to figure this out first.
     
  2. iPad Retina macrumors 6502a

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    Well they are both unlocked,unless you got your phone straight from T-mobile, maybe they ran out of T-mobile ones, if your original iPhone was locked with T-mobile, you just got back a unlocked phone!
     
  3. eaglehdz21 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    how can i find out for sure? because on verizon site it says its eligible for activation, but when i insert a non tmobile sim or even a verizon sim, it does not recognize?? please advise thanks
     
  4. Allthings-I macrumors 6502

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    All iPhone 6/6+ models are now eligible for use all ALL 4 networks, however they do required to be unlocked if they are locked to AT&T / T-Mobile or Sprint as the iPhone's sold by or for Verizon = Factory Unlocked already unless you initially paid full price for the T-Mobile iPhone 6/6+, it is 100% LOCKED to T-Mobile.

    What you can do if you are still unsure is purchase a GSX check report from any website and post it here, we can help you read it or you can read it your self (blank out the serial and IMEI / MEID #) as they provide a definite answer to questions of this type.
     

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