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Does the Ulefone Armor 6 and/or Armor 3 work on Verizon?

Hello, I've been window shopping for a new smart phone because mine (Droid turbo) is reaching it's life limitations. I've bought it used (approx. 2 years old) I was just desperate on finding something to hold me until I could get something newer. But anyway, I'm highly interested in getting either the Ulefone Armor 6 or 3, I'm leaning more towards the armor 6. I've tried talking to Verizon and asking them if they support certain phones in the past and they've always told me that they need the phone's serial number in order to find out if their network will work with the phone. But of course I would need to buy the phone first, but I would prefer not to buy a brand new expensive phone if it won't work out in the long run. Now, I also understand that it does say on most listings there are global and US versions of this phone, BUT in know that major companies like Verizon can be complicated/very specific on things, so I just was interested in knowing if maybe anyone knows if these phone(s) will work on Verizon? Or maybe if there's someone out there who owns a Ulefone Armor 6 or Armor 3 could call Verizon to see if they support it, then if they do then there's a great chance they'll support my own Ulefone? Or if someone knows a friend who has such a phone on a Verizon network already?

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More than likely.....

Verizon will not allow you to activate a phone they don't already sell or is on their "White List". Carriers like At&t and T-mobile allow unlocked phones on their network as long as they have compatible network/data frequencies.

Verizon would not allow me to activate an LG V4 phone that was a European model of the same phone they sold in the US.

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Okay,

I accept your advice, so what about straight talk and cricket wireless?

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Cricket here

Post was last edited on May 26, 2019 9:24 AM PDT

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Armor 3 does work on verizon.

I took my sim from my note and place it in my armor 3t, disabled enhanced 4G Lte and I haven't had any problems.

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Armor 6

Hey I just got my armor 6 and have Verizon. I did not call them or anything just put the Sim from my pixel XL into it and it works they both us LTE or HD as the armor 6 calls it. The only bad thing is that most of the chargers that I have charge the phone to fast and say battery temp. Also I'm still trying to figure out how to get my car to pull up Android auto with this phone. I think I have to use the data transfer cable. But the Bluetooth works great.

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