Hello, I purchased the blackberry key 2 le red 64 gb from Best Buy about 1 year ago. I loved the phone very much and contacted verizon to activate it. Verizon sent me a new SIM card to activate the phone and provisioned the blackberry key 2 LE as "CDMA-less" this way the phone calls and messages and data worked only off the LTE network and the device worked GREAT! Unfortunately I kept running into local storage problems and had to switch back to my iPhone. I found that the Blackberry key 2 (NOT LE) has a 128gb edition - I have read on multiple sites that it can not be activated on Verizon because VZ is a coma network however like the key 2 LE that worked only off the lte network with the CDMAless feature provisioned and added LTO only services and removed coma SFO codes services removed I had no issues with it. I'm trying to find out if I ordered the Blackberry Key 2 128gb unlocked international version that supports the 700 MHz lte bands then will it work on Verizon. Is it possible to use the 128 gb blackberry key 2 with just lte provisioning on the LTE network the same way we were able to activate the key 2 le? Is the 128 int Verizon so different that it can't work just of lte the same way the LE version can be provisioned? Thank you for your time - Rocky
Blackberry Key2 128GB (Dual Sim BBF100-6) Unlocked GSM - International Version (Black Edition, English UK QWERTY)
For USA Buyers : This Smartphone is compatible/will work with CERTAIN GSM Networks ONLY. For exact 2G GSM, 3G, 4G/LTE compatibility, please check with your network provider in advance prior to your purchase.
It is important that you are able to get a device that performs the way you need it to. Right now, the only BlackBerry Key2 LE certified to work on the Verizon Wireless network is the Key 2 LE with the model number BBE-100-5. Is this information useful? PeterP_VZW