international use?

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    BBStorm SUX New Member

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    Does d2 work over seas. Don't seem to see a sim card slot.
     
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    No, it's a cdma phone. Rumors suggest the Droid Pro (which will look like the Droid2) will be global and have GSM.

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    That stinks. Guess ill have reactivate the black berry for traveling.
     
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    Yea, in general, Verizon is for people that don't leave the US/Canade/Mexico. There are spots around the world where your phone will work (South Korea for one, at least my D1 did, data was iffy). Western Europe is just no, some of Eastern Europe yes, but iffy.

    GSM is definitely the worldwide standard. In the US, it's a little behind. CDMA (thanks to verizon) is a more robust network here, though not by a whole lot anymore.
     
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