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Microsoft lumia 950 verizon.If the Lumia 950 and 950 XL won’t work on Verizon, that’s Microsoft’s fault

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Jun 13,  · PM. No. And it’s not Verizon’s fault. Microsoft never bothered to get CDMA certification from the FCC so they locked down the CDMA radio. And you cannot unlock it as the locking is in the hardcoded firmware – not user configurable. The was released as a place holder for the Surface Phone. The Nokia Lumia and Nokia Lumia Dual sim comes with an internal storage capacity of 8 GB, and also support microSD expansion. In May , Microsoft released a Microsoft-branded version of the device (exclusive to Verizon in the US) with improved hardware (16Gb internal storage versus 8Gb) and comes with a later version of the software. Oct 23,  · Microsoft Lumia and Lumia XL to be blocked by Verizon. Here’s the first line in the article: “AT&T is the only carrier in the U.S. that will market the Microsoft Lumia and the Lumia XL flagships.” Now, what does that tell you? Tells me to start looking elsewhere, after all these years with VZW. Too many disappointments.

 

Microsoft lumia 950 verizon.Lumia and Verizon – Microsoft Community

The Nokia Lumia and Nokia Lumia Dual sim comes with an internal storage capacity of 8 GB, and also support microSD expansion. In May , Microsoft released a Microsoft-branded version of the device (exclusive to Verizon in the US) with improved hardware (16Gb internal storage versus 8Gb) and comes with a later version of the software. Microsoft Lumia Dual-SIM 32GB 4G/LTE Smartphone – (GSM Only, No CDMA) Factory Unlocked – International Version with No Warranty (White) TCL 10 Pro Unlocked Android Smartphone with ” AMOLED FHD + Display, 64MP Quad Rear Camera System, GB+6GB RAM, mAh Fast Charging Battery/5(). Oct 23,  · Microsoft Lumia and Lumia XL to be blocked by Verizon. Here’s the first line in the article: “AT&T is the only carrier in the U.S. that will market the Microsoft Lumia and the Lumia XL flagships.” Now, what does that tell you? Tells me to start looking elsewhere, after all these years with VZW. Too many disappointments.
 
 
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T-Mobile “should” work, they are a GSM carrier. Microsoft may release CDMA versions of the models at a later date, but nothing has been announced or even suggested that this could happen. You could call or write to Verizon and ask them to work with Microsoft to get a Lumia for the Verizon network. The chipset used by the is probably a global chipset, Microsoft should be able to enable the CDMA bands and sell the phone directly to consumers.

Motorola is doing this with the Moto X Pure. Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks for your feedback. Thanks Christopher. But it doesn’t make sense to limit probably the best cell phone out there to just a few people. Plus I want to use the cloud system to have all of my stuff on and be able to access it from anywhere, anytime and from any devise. To do that I want one system. I learn one system. Verizon has a lot of customers.

A lot of those are loyal to Verizon and won’t switch. Please Microsoft, make a decision to include all cell phone companies. Threats include any threat of suicide, violence, or harm to another. Any content of an adult theme or inappropriate to a community web site. Any image, link, or discussion of nudity. Any behavior that is insulting, rude, vulgar, desecrating, or showing disrespect. Any behavior that appears to violate End user license agreements, including providing product keys or links to pirated software.

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Details required : characters remaining Cancel Submit. All we can right now is to petition MS to release a true global version of and sell it unlocked, directly to the consumers. The network loses the benefit of the phone contract, with the exception of Apple iPhones there is always a saving to be made this way. Verizon reportedly blocking new Microsoft Lumia and XL phones from their network.

The radios in the Lumia and Lumia XL should technically support Verizon’s CDMA band for phone calls, leading many to wonder why Microsoft just doesn’t sell the phone unlocked with Verizon’s bands.

According to Mary Jo Foley, she heard that Verizon won’t authenticate the phones to work on their network. Without Verizon adding — and in a sense blessing — these phones on their network, they would never work. Customers typically need to call the carrier and manually enter in the MEID in order to activate the phone. However, if the phone is not listed in the database or the unique ID device code is blocked, it cannot work. Due to the complexities of the situation, it would make sense that a new owner of a Lumia would blame Microsoft for the situation when it was Verizon’s refusal to accept the phone.

For what it is worth, Verizon has done similar things in the past. The Nexus 7 and Nexus 5 have also had the same issue with Verizon’s network.

Sounds like Verizon has made a choice. Could all this be connected to the fact that Microsoft is taking phone updates away from carrier control? Verizon doesn’t have much, if any, relationship with Microsoft these days. Verizon also refuses to mention their own carrier exclusives, like the upcoming Droid Turbo 2, until they are ready to announce it.

I was in one of their stores and the salesperson said she could order it. I have my doubts about that, but a representative from TCC reached to me over Twitter to confirm that they could get the and asked to call them at Note the “should”, I’m still not convinced that this is true.

I still have a couple months left to pay off my Lumia Icon, so I’ll let the dust settle before swearing off the platform. Interestingly as you posted this, I presume you want my views which have not changed, this is my take my personal view.

Also as there is no CDMA model what was switched off. The source both these commentators use is not stated as it first appears you can adapt the GSM and then the CDMA has been switched off from the which would be problematic for any one purchasing the phone. Christopher Miller sorry for the belated response but garym reply was synced to me phone, my response was posted marginally after you posted, but would have been polite to include answers to your post. Verizon could easily just clarify this but appears NOT to want to or be able to, so my take was to apply other “market” practices to this void, as with all my other assumptions based on your post!

Why would you i. Ordering the from Verizon is in this can’t be mentioned phase, so any assistant that say otherwise has NOT read the Memo. I accept that I could be wrong if Verizon deliberately goes out of its way to prove me wrong I know bad. Verizon would add the series if there was sufficient demand for it and if Microsoft did whatever tweaks that Verizon usually demands.

In their eyes, there is not enough demand for it. They dropped the Icon after 7 months because there was not enough demand for it.

Verizon has a long history of antipathy towards Windows phones. I have actually had to talk their salespeople INTO selling them to me – it’s no wonder there’s so little “demand” for them in their stores. I also joined the Insider Program in order to get 8. That said, I own two Lumia Icons and planned to replace them with unlocked s when my current contracts end and are converted to no-contract plans in a few months.

It would be a shame to have to choose between the excellent if grudging service and coverage Verizon offers and a product I would really like to purchase. If it is within MS’s power to get their new phones approved to use the largest system in the country, it would be sheer stupidity not do so. If there is a petition somewhere urging MS to do just that, I’ll add my name to it in a heartbeat.

Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Why can’t I get one thru Verizon. I want the best phone out there.

Please change your mind if this is so! More phones mean more exposure and I can use the Windows 10 on everything. I don’t want to different operating systems on all my stuff. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question 7. Report abuse. Details required :.

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In reply to Christopher Miller’s post on October 14, Thanks again. In reply to Bulldawg77’s post on October 14, These two parts of the dialogue are sublime. In reply to A. User’s post on October 17, The latest article on this topic from windowscentral. It does not mean that they have an exclusive deal with Microsoft, it just means that they are the only one carrying it. Actually being able to be used with Verizon and Sprint is another story.

I have my doubts about that, but a representative from TCC reached to me over Twitter to confirm that they could get the and asked to call them at Note the “should”, I’m still not convinced that this is true. Hello everybody garym I read whatever comes my way and as is it simply did not make any sense, so with the information I tried to get to a position which could explain it and predict a possible outcome.

Sprint is also a CDMA network is it not? In the absence if facts speculation abounds, best not to comments further. In reply to Christopher Miller’s post on October 18, User’s post on October 19, In reply to Christopher Miller’s post on October 19, A subscription to make the most of your time. Try one month free. This site in other languages x.

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