Unlocked OnePlus 8, and 8 Pro is now officially supported by Verizon in the US


It also requires the OEM to sell unlocked devices, with support for its 4G LTE network to apply for certification. When OnePlus began selling the 8-and-8 from the on-line store within the united states of america on the 29th of April, none of these devices were officially supported on Verizon’s network. OnePlus, in the first instance, issued a statement prior to the 8-and-8, Pro-launch, that it would not be compatible with Verizon’s for the month of June.

In a twist of events, effective immediately, US unlocked variant of the OnePlus for 8 and 8 Pro will be activated on the Verizon wireless LTE network. The news was brought to you by Verizon’s Corporate public relations Manager, George Koroneos on Twitter.

Koroneos recommend It to Verizon BYOD (Bring your own device) to the website, log in, and enter the device’s IMEI number. Just pop your SIM card in the phone, it is not recommended, and the full activation of the features on the Verizon network.

We also need to remind you that no unlocked version of the 8 or 8 Pro, and is compatible with Verizon’s mmWave 5G network. Only the OnePlus for 8 (non-Pro) at first sight, when It support to 5 g of the carrier.

It was on a CDMA carrier, which means that it is not compatible with a GSM unlocked phone that you can just pop in a local SIM in it. It also required the devices to have GSM hardware in it that would specifically support It. As soon as the 4G LTE became a standard, and the carrier’s 3G CDMA network will be phased out, It also stuck up with the idea to only allow certain devices to operate on the network.


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