The thing about having a SIM-unlocked smartphone is that it still has to be able to support the bands — that is the radio frequencies — of wherever it is you're trying to use it. And the unlocked Galaxy S7 and GS7 edge that Samsung has released in the United States pretty much has 'em all.
Here are the bands supported by the U.S. unlocked Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge:
|CDMA 1x & EVDO Rev 0/RevA||BC0, BC1, BC10|
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