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  • NinjaKlaus
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    I can already see it now, in the future we will be forced to use this eSim and it will only connect to the big 3 networks (3 because Sprint and T-Mo want a merge.) and if you want to use a cheaper MVNO, you can get bent. Obviously MVNO's will only get old or outdated phones, look at how Verizon handles MVNO's and you'll see that you can only use an MVNO with devices on a whitelist and they don't share that list, some testing once showed even though the Iphone 6s was out RedPocket CDMA could only allow iPhone 4s on the network.

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