Sony now sells SIM-free Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact in the USA
Liked the Sony Xperia Z3 or the Sony Xperia z3 Compact but didn’t fancy the idea of buying a smartphone from T-Mobile? Sony has got you covered this time.
The Japanese outfit now selling a Sprint and Verizon-compatible model of these smartphones on their own e-portal, By saying compatible, it means the smartphones can support the LTE bands available on these networks as well.
The Sony Xperia Z3 goes for a crystal-clear $679.99 without SIM card or contract signings. The smaller Sony Xperia Z3 Compact is already on sale at the same method for $529.99 per unit. So for now, no special Xperia Z3 for Verizon and Sprint customers unless without carrier subsidies (this one).
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