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Salut j commencé à utilisé le téléphone j eu beaucoup de problème je vais envoyer un message pour Amazon
Amazon Customer
· December 28, 2017
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Yes
CellularPlus
Seller · November 24, 2017
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I am sorry my first review was sorely mistaken. This phone has only taken 4 pics then died. I wasted the money. I am trying for a nexus now. BTW no
refund no warranty

Jacqueline P.
· July 13, 2018
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No
Krystal
· May 15, 2019
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Hi yes this phone can be used on freedom as long as it is unlocked. I use freedom on my phoenix.
Sharon Boyce
· August 18, 2018
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I don't know. I bought it for use in Jamaica. Remember when the phone is unlocked it should work with any carrier.
Amazon Customer
· October 24, 2018
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Yes it should work. Our phones are always unlocked so no code necessary.
Fone Madness
Seller · January 28, 2018
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Yes
Amazon Customer
· March 22, 2019
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When you open the phone, it will prompt you for a transfer from AT&T account to this phone, but you can simply skip this step. Later, I introduced a Canadian SIM card and called and received a call and it worked so, in principle, it should be unlocked worldwide provided the wireless network in your area is GSM, LTE or … see more When you open the phone, it will prompt you for a transfer from AT&T account to this phone, but you can simply skip this step. Later, I introduced a Canadian SIM card and called and received a call and it worked so, in principle, it should be unlocked worldwide provided the wireless network in your area is GSM, LTE or any other compatible radio, NOT CDMA. Search the internet "GSM vs. CDMA" and you will be able to tell the difference and if this phone suits your needs depending on the region you live in or that you want to use the phone in. see less When you open the phone, it will prompt you for a transfer from AT&T account to this phone, but you can simply skip this step. Later, I introduced a Canadian SIM card and called and received a call and it worked so, in principle, it should be unlocked worldwide provided the wireless network in your area is GSM, LTE or any other compatible radio, NOT CDMA. Search the internet "GSM vs. CDMA" and you will be able to tell the difference and if this phone suits your needs depending on the region you live in or that you want to use the phone in.
Amazon Customer
· March 22, 2018
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I didn't use the camera.
Doron…
· April 24, 2019