The Verizon phone is different from the t-mobile phone again.  The 6 and 6s 
where the same on all networks and used the same single cell modem.  The 7/7+ 
uses either Intel modems or qualcomm modems.  The Intel version is GSM only, no 
CDMA, the Verizon and Sprint models still have a Qualcomm chip in them and 
support CDMA.  Apple will be releasing a fully unlocked version in a few weeks 
with a Qualcomm modem so it supports all the networks.  A T-Mobile phone will 
work on Verizon but if you leave a 4G service area you won’t be able to drop to 
3G or 1X.  The intel modems will support CDMA probably by the end of next year 
as they bought a company with licenses in CDMA technology and will be able to 
add that to their chips.  I my self am using the intel version and so far very 
very good.  


> On Sep 17, 2016, at 4:24 PM, Kliphton Miller <kliph...@icloud.com> wrote:
> 
> So, best buy, sams club, and even target had verizon iPhone 7
> s still available today.  But they wouldn’t let me just buy it, said I had to 
> be a customer.  I guess T-mobile stopped partnering with the 3 companies 
> mentioned above, cause non of them offered t mobile service.  Sucks too, 
> cause I had the cash to drop on there counter and they wouldn’t take it.  
> Guess I gotta roll the dice with the apple store.
> 
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