ignore the net 10 part, probably copied from the logics specs. It is straight talk and does use verizon towers. note I have the phone screen res is really poor and only 165MB internal not 1 GB
Randy is correct.
When looking at Straight Talk Android phones, look at the model number on the box. If it says CDMA-V then it will run on the Verizon network (only). Also, it should show a red-colored coverage map of the U.S. on the box. if the map is blue-colored, then the phone does not run on Verizon but rather on one of Straight Talk/TracPhone/Net 10's othercontract providers such as Sprint and AT&T.
(Straight Talk, TracPhone and Net 10 are all part of the same company, but the phones are not interchangeable between the company's "brands." If you are on Straight Talk, then you need a Straight Talk version of the phone, not a Net 10 version, for instance.)
There IS a Straight Talk version of this phone.
From what I see when i research cell phones online I find that what seems to be the main difference is the carriers. I am in a Verizon coverage area and all logic phones come up unavailable, but dynamic is available. I made a phone call to Net 10 customer help to just see if I could get anymore info to this and when I stated my zip code the guy said "our phones will not work for you, you need a Dynamic phone" I am not stating that is the ONLY difference but my personal suggestion would be if you are on Verizon then I would definitely go dynamic. For whatever it means...this seems to be a 'cdma" version of a "Logic" phone, so cdma or dynamic is what i would look for on Verizon network. Hope this helps.