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    Motorola phones compatability

    based on the link below:
    https://www.motorola.com/us/carrier-compatibility

    It looks like pageplus is compatible with all but fusion+. Is that correct?

    I was kind of looking at:
    https://www.bestbuy.com/site/motorol...?skuId=6398516

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    A good rule to follow with unlocked phones on PagePlus is as long as it works with Verizon, it should works on PagePlus. PagePlus is a Tracfone brand that uses Verizon towers.

    The only thing that might happen is the IMEI number might not pass the IMEI checker.

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    I bought the Moto G Power unlocked directly from Motorola. Price was $229 less a discount from Honey brought it down to $195. You can also get it from Project FI for $149 with a 30 day commitment.

    Great phone BTW>
    Last edited by Rojniles; 10-24-2020 at 08:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shorembo View Post
    It looks like pageplus is compatible with all but fusion+. Is that correct?
    The Moto fusion+ is without CDMA and the essential LTE B13 for Verizon service. Unusual for an unlocked Moto phone sold in the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loboheeler View Post
    The Moto fusion+ is without CDMA and the essential LTE B13 for Verizon service. Unusual for an unlocked Moto phone sold in the US.
    Motorola does not sell that phone on their US web site. Other sellers list it as an international model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rojniles View Post
    Motorola does not sell that phone on their US web site. Other sellers list it as an international model.
    Yep, the Moto fusion+ is not a US model. Not complete for AT&T, poor for T-Mobile, and unusable on Verizon or Sprint.

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    My kid is using my old, hand-me-down, Motorola Z phone on PP. This phone is also passing their website VoLTE test, for the Jan 1 2021 network change.

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    I recently purchased a Moto G6 from Total Wireless for $59.99 from their web page and had no problems activating it on PagePlus. It came with a SIM card installed. Do not mention you purchased from Total Wireless. Total Wireless is owned by TracFone, as is PagePlus. I did it all through chat, which I recommend.

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