nope, no CDMA on the att.
vice versa would work though...
Also Verizon will not allow you to get a contract/use any phone on their network that is not a Verizon phone. I.e. buy att, can't use on Verizon (cdma aside)
Because for the first time, it seems CDMA radio is enabled on GSM iPhones. My AT&T iPhone is locked but it reports an MEID in Settings > General > About. It seems there's no technical difference now betweem GSM and Verizon iPhones (much like the iPad Air and rMini) so at this point in time, it's just Verizon's whitelist policy preventing users from activating their non-Verizon iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on Verizon's network.Yeah, can of figured that the AT&T iphone would not work on Verizon,but there are a few people in this forum that supposedly has Verizon (lte,cdma,voice) working.Strange!!
Hmm, probably because it was a genius bar replacement. Mine is an original AT&T pre-order from Apple and Verizon's online activation doesn't recognize it as a valid IMEI/MEID.I think it might be a work in progress? Because my AT&T iPhone does appear in the whitelist. It was a genius bar replacement though, so maybe Verizon just added all the genius bar phones to the whitelist (since Apple doesn't differentiate between T-mobile, AT&T, and Verizon for those anymore)
Hmm, probably because it was a genius bar replacement. Mine is an original AT&T pre-order from Apple and Verizon's online activation doesn't recognize it as a valid IMEI/MEID.
This.But the problem is a Verizon policy. Verizon only allows devices that were sold as verizon phones to connect to their network. They check the device number against their list of approved phones. It is not a technical issue. But you are out of luck.
But I'm curious is Verizon's policy might relax now. Especially now that all of the companies are pushing people away from 2-year commitment contracts w/subsidized phones and into no-commitment contracts with non-subsidized phones. Verizon has nothing to gain here and plenty to lose by not allowing someone to bring their old AT&T iPhone with them and activate it on Verizon.
Maybe. But I was in Verizon store three weeks ago with my at&t phone 5 and asked to have it switched over to Verizon and keep my number. The clerk said no and that it had to be a Verizon phone. I was consolidating accounts since my blackberry was already on Verizon as was my tablets.
But I didn't do what poster did about just putting an activated Verizon SIM card in there and use it.