The new, redesigned Verizon iPhone 4 was released on February 10th, 2011 to consumers. With this new redesign, Apple has removed the SIM card slot, and the new handset is CDMA only. The removal of the GSM radio has allowed Apple to redesign the antenna, to significantly improve the “death grip” drop in signal that has been well documented with GSM enabled iPhone 4s.
While this is great for domestic use, Verizon customers that wish to travel internationally with their handsets are out of luck in many cases. Verizon does have roaming agreement with CDMA carriers in Canada and Mexico, but the same is not true internationally (not that you would want to pay the exorbitant international roaming rates of domestic carriers).
For these Verizon iPhone customers that require a phone overseas, RoamForce has a couple of options. For the people that wish to have voice connectivity, RoamForce can provide an international capable basic cell phone handset paired with a roaming SIM card, with usage rates up to 85% lower than domestic carriers. If users would like to use their Verizon iPhone 4 for data online, RoamForce can provide a MiFi device with a RoamForce data SIM. The MiFi device can broadcast a WiFi signal that the iPhone 4 can utilized to get connected to data services overseas.