hi there to answer your question about being unlocked....unlocked simply means you buy a sim card from a compatible carrier (all Canadian Carriers are compatible) and pop it in the phone to get cell/data services. "locked" phones are the ones you buy on contract and are locked to the carrier you signed the contract on. they can be unlocked at a cost if you wish to move to another carrier, but do at a cost. the nicest part of Unlocked phones is you can avoid costly roaming charges when you travel by purchasing a local a carriers sim card to use when traveling......with Rogers rome like home though that pretty much useless in the USA but make sense on really long trips abroad
Moving Rogers SIM card from Rogers iPhone 5s to an unlocked iPhone 7
I have been given an unlocked iPhone 7 as a gift. I have an old iPhone 5 (locked by Rogers) with a Rogers SIM card (currently on a Rogers plan). Can I move the SIM card (nano lite) to the new iPhone 7 and use it without contacting Rogers (i.e., continue with the same plan)?