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Dear Maggie. Virgin Mobile is not offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 yet. Will I have a problem connecting/using a GS4 if I buy it from the secondary market?. Thanks, Mike. I'm sorry to tell you, but the answer to your question is yes. Virgin Mobile is a prepaid brand owned and operated by Sprint. And Sprint is a CDMA wireless operator. As I explained as part of my above answer to the question about locked and unlocked phones, CDMA devices don't have the same flexibility in terms of device portability as GSM phones.

So even if you buy an "unlocked" GS4 on the secondary market, it will work only on a GSM network, french bulldogs iphone case It won't work on Virgin's CDMA network, The main reason is because that unlocked GS4 doesn't have a CDMA radio that will connect to the Virgin network, Sadly, even if you were able to get your hands on a Sprint Samsung GS4, it still wouldn't work on Virgin's network, This is actually something that as a consumer I find maddening, As I said above, Virgin is owned and operated by Sprint, It uses Sprint's 3G wireless network that's based on CDMA, so technically there's no reason why a phone made for Sprint shouldn't work on Virgin's network..

But because of software locks and how the phones are provisioned for each network, Virgin Mobile customers are restricted from using Sprint devices on a Virgin service. Sprint launched a new program in March that lets customers use their old Sprint devices on other mobile virtual network operators that use the Sprint network, but the program does not work for Virgin Mobile customers. There is a chance that you may find a tech specialist who may offer to unlock a Sprint so it works on Virgin, but a Sprint spokeswoman cautioned the phone may not function completely on Virgin's network.

"For example, voice services may function," she said in an email, "Although many other features and services may not and system and network updates may become problematic over time."Boost is another prepaid brand owned by Sprint, Like Virgin Mobile, most of Sprint's phones won't work on this network, But there are select Sprint devices that can be activated on Boost's network, The normal reactivation fee associated with Boost used french bulldogs iphone case phones will apply, the spokeswoman said, I hope this was helpful, Good luck..

CORRECTION August 19, 2013:A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile participate in Sprint's Bring Your Own Device program for MVNOs. Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile are wholly owned subsidiaries of Sprint. Sprint does not allow its used devices to be used on Virgin Mobile. Only select Sprint devices can be used on Boost Mobile. The story has been corrected. Ask Maggie is an advice column that answers readers' wireless and broadband questions. The column now appears twice a week on CNET offering readers a double dosage of Ask Maggie's advice. If you have a question, I'd love to hear from you. Please send me an e-mail at maggie dot reardon at cbs dot com. And please put "Ask Maggie" in the subject header. You can also follow me on Facebook on my Ask Maggie page.

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