Last fall several Nexus 6 early adopters on the Verizon network found out the hard way that Verizon isn’t always interested in activating unlocked devices purchased elsewhere. The issue was that Verizon had not certified the unlocked Nexus 6 models bought from Google or Motorola online. In addition, since Verizon was not selling the Nexus 6 at launch it was difficult for new Verizon customers to get their pure Android fix. Fast forward to now and many are concerned with the same issues with the upcoming Moto X Pure that Motorola unveiled last month.
Earlier today Droid Life was able to confirm from their source at Verizon that, “customers who purchase the Moto X Pure Edition from Motorola will be able to activate it fine on our network.” This is great news for customers looking to activate their new Moto X Pure on Big Red. For those of you that already have a nano sim card, this isn’t really an issue. My Moto X Pure is slated to arrive today (currently out for delivery), so I’ll have an unboxing on my Youtube Channel shortly, and some network tests to follow. Stay tuned to HOA news for all the latest device news!
via: Droid Life
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