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    Any reason NOT to buy a Motorola Nexus 6 to use in USA and overseas ? XT1103

    Hi

    I like the size of the Nexus 6 , but the one I am using now has a few cracks on the screen and is "only 32GB"

    There are NEW original Nexus XT1103 64GB available , but they would be 2-3 years old and unused ,

    I am not looking for the best or fastest phone available , just something that works good and is rugged with a case on it ,

    I am just concerned about all the talk of VoLTE and if I really need it or want it , or maybe I will be forced to use it ,

    Using AT+T and Tmobile in the USA , local sims when overseas

    Thanks for your advise
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    Quote Originally Posted by trackVW View Post
    Hi

    I like the size of the Nexus 6 , but the one I am using now has a few cracks on the screen and is "only 32GB"

    There are NEW original Nexus XT1103 64GB available , but they would be 2-3 years old and unused ,

    I am not looking for the best or fastest phone available , just something that works good and is rugged with a case on it ,

    I am just concerned about all the talk of VoLTE and if I really need it or want it , or maybe I will be forced to use it ,

    Using AT+T and Tmobile in the USA , local sims when overseas

    Thanks for your advise
    I had the Motorola Nexus 6 and it was ok. Personally, you can get the Moto X Pure which is effective the same phone with faster CPU/brighter screen. Ive had both. You won't have carrier aggregation but have LTE band 4/2/12

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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    You won't have carrier aggregation but have LTE band 4/2/12
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    what is carrier aggregation ?

    and the Nexus 6 is about $200 for a new one......
    I am hard on phones so good and cheap is better for me than the newest and expensive ,
    I am going to drop it , or kill it off in a year or 2 anyway !

    Plus the 5G that will be here soon......

    thanks for your thoughts.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by trackVW View Post
    what is carrier aggregation ?

    and the Nexus 6 is about $200 for a new one......
    I am hard on phones so good and cheap is better for me than the newest and expensive ,
    I am going to drop it , or kill it off in a year or 2 anyway !

    Plus the 5G that will be here soon......

    thanks for your thoughts.....
    It should be fine then.

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