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Do Verizon phones use SIM cards?

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All 4G Verizon phones require a standard SIM card. However, the company also has several other products that are capable of using a higher grade SIM card for added protection.

Verizon sells a large number of mobile devices that allow you to make phone calls, send text and search the Internet from that one device. The company's 4G devices require a standard SIM card, but the card can be upgraded to a higher quality model. The more advanced SIM cards offer several layers of protection for sensitive information such as passwords and credit card numbers entered into the phone or mobile device.


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