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US Cellular LG Genesis OR Motorola Electrify in Italy...

This is a repost to my earlier question with a different title to help me get better clarification...

We have two smart phones, as listed in the title. I tried to put our old sim card in them (fro our old dinosaur cell phone) to see if it was locked/unlocked, as suggested in the prior post. I'm just not sure how to tell if it is locked or unlocked! We are still in the US but leave for Italy in two weeks.

Questions: How do you know if your phone is locked/unlocked, and can you tell while you're in the US?

Does anyone know if the above phones are able to be used in Italy or should we just plan on our old cell phone just for emergencies, and buy a new sim card while we are there?

I apologize for any idiocy -I find this all very confusing and I know this has probably been answered a hundred times but I can't figure it out! TIA!

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