My Verizon Motorola Moto E5 Go will unlock in 60 days from purchase of phone date, regardless of whether I buy and use any Verizon plan on it or not. When it unlocks, would I be able to use it on Sprint? Both Verizon and Sprint are CDMA. Right now on Sprint site it says it cannot be activated. Some say that even if it unlocks after 60 days, there is no guarantee it will work. My thought was any CDMA unlocked phone should work on any CDMA network - isn't that right? And after testing the IEIN# on Ting.com, that provides both CDMA and GSM, it says when this phone will work unlocked only on their GSM network with their $1 GSM SIM card. So it seems this CDMA Verizon phone when unlocked can work on either CDMA or GSM, well at least on Ting's GSM for sure! Can some knowledgeable person please shed some light on all these confusing information please? TIA! Or is it that any phone can be made to work on any network and carrier with proper codes??