I'm sure there's a thread related to this on here somewhere, I tried to search, but so many results came up, that I just decided to be lazy.. shoot me. I have a brand new 16GB iPhone 6 that I was going to give to a family member who has Sprint. I've read conflicting information, as well as gotten conflicting information FROM Sprint, as far as to whether or not the device will work on their network. CS tells me that all I need is a SIM. Sprint's "chat" customer care says that Sprint will need to load the IMEI of the Verizon iPhone into their system (and they don't know to whom I need to speak with to get this done), and Sprint's "Twitter" support says that it will work zero problems, however the only downside is that I won't get access to their "Spark Network". Ultimately, I'm just trying to see if it is in fact possible or not, if it's not, no big deal, but if by the remote chance it is (Sprints BYOD page states that Verizon's iPhone 5c can be used on their network, so I'd assume the 6 can be too?), then it'd be nice to know before I waste time going to the store to get a SIM. I hate Sprint, but I'm trying to help a family member out and if the phone will work for them, awesome, if not I'll flip it and get myself some cash. If anyone can help me out, or direct me to where I can get more SOLID information, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.