Who in their right mind would still use CDMA in this day and age? I was just in the Philippines and all cell carriers are GSM. It seems to be more consumer friendly there since the phone is separate from the service (the SIM card) rather than the monopolistic practice here in the U.S.
All of Japan, all of South Korea, half the US, Canada, probably Mexico. CDMA is still alive and chugging. I just dropped GSM after 16 years of loyal obedience to switch to a smartphone on a regional CDMA carrier.
I'm not happy with it, but with AT&T buying T-Mobile and reducing our GSM choices to one nationwide carrier and a handful of regionals, GSM was no longer a tenable option for me. A pox on AT&T!
It doesn't really matter; everything seems to be migrating to a common LTE standard anyway.
And what this has to do with AM HD is beyond me, but I couldn't resist.