Re: Ex won't release my phone, but can it still be sold?
If it's a GSM phone, just change sims, no big deal.
If it's a CDMA phone, then forget about using it with sprint or verizon (at&t/t-mobile as well since they only use GSM.) It may be usable with the smaller CDMA carriers such as cricket, boost mobile, metro pcs, bluegrass cellular, and a few others, but it can be a real pain in the ass to try to reprogram it for these carriers, and for some of them you may have a difficult time getting them to accept it. It's kind of a crapshoot, and virtually nobody would buy it for that unless it was sold for dirt cheap.
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