I'm a new member here at Droid Forums though I've come across threads here in various websearches I've done. I have an original Droid smartphone. It's my second (the first one I lost while skiing) though I've always kept the same policy, which is about $75 monthly with unlimited data. I don't want to start some new policy with a two-year commitment. I like having a month-to-month policy without danger of penalties if I decide to do something different. But this month I decided to try to upgrade to a used Droid Bionic from Amazon. When I replaced my first original Droid with the same exact model (but used) I was able to just call some automated number (I think maybe it was *611 but can't remember for sure) and it just switched me over. Surprisingly easy. So I think "well, I'll just try that with a used Bionic." I did read up enough to know that Verizon was clamping down and trying to eliminate its grandfathered unlimited data plans like mine. But the Bionic I located was very inexpensive and I decided to give it a try. Many of you probably see this part coming but the Bionic got here and it's in great shape, but doesn't have a SIM card. And I think "wait, I read that Verizon Droid phones have CDMA not SIM cards," and it was then I learned "oh yes they do if they are 4G/LTE." Here are my two questions: A) What should I look for in a SIM card? I see bunches at super-low prices online. Do I need a special Verizon one? Will my plan to just switch my policy over work then, or will Verizon stop me because it's 4G/LTE? If I wanted to just make the most of my Bionic without putting it on the policy (i.e. camera and wireless access only) can I just stick any old SIM card in there? B) What is I get another 3G Verizon phone, like Droid X2 (which is much more advanced than my original Droid)? I know I won't get 4G but still a big upgrade for me. No SIM card there to worry about. Do you think Verizon will block me there as well, make me change my policy, or can I slip by with the X2? Thank you.