Ok, thank you for the info. Here's the scoop on your situation.
In order to 'unlock' a CDMA phone, you'll need a special code that ONLY the current provider (in this case Verizon) can provide. The staff at Verizon are not allowed to publish this information but some have done it and have been terminated. There are no unlocking services or companies that you can pay to have them do this for you. It must be done by a Verizon employee and the employee will risk his or her job by giving out the information. This alone pretty much limits the chances of an unlock to slim-none. Even if you managed to unlock the device, MOST CDMA companies will only activate phones that are listed in their HEX/MEID database. In other words, if the Droid 2 serial number is XXXXX listed as a Bell Canada phone, then they will refuse to activate it. As you can tell, while it's TECHNICALLY possible to get it done, it's highly improbable.
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