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Verizon Prepaid Moto E4 Clearance at Target (In-Store Only) YMMV $41.98

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Created 05-08-2018 at 12:20 PM by aubrechon
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Great phone and dirt cheap (and easy) to have unlocked. I think I paid $2 on the Bay...
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Worth it to use as a security camera for my bearded dragon?

Speaking of, is there an app for that? Lol
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was $29 for awhile ...
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I Left this comment in another thread but mentioning it here too - i've been using Verizon Motorola phone on T-Mobile for over a year but
A few weeks ago I started having sporadic issues with 2 Verizon Motorola phones on T-Mobile network- calls are going to voicemail and I believe SMS Messages sometimes are delayed and then come all at once. The two phones that are used are about 5 miles away from each other so they are connected to different Towers
I don't know if T-Mobile is rolling out new frequencies making changes to existing ones but I am switching from Verizon Motorola because I can't rely on it for T-Mobile. I checked with other people who are use t-Mobile branded and manufacturer unlocked phones on T-Mobile they don't have this problem
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good phone, i bought two awhile ago and got them unlocked for gsm real cheap. My understanding is that these are damn near unlockable now.
I'd definitely research before buying
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$60 bucks at my store....
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What's the dpci?
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it's $39.99 in dolor general store since a very long time. Some wallmart store: $45.99
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good phone, i bought two awhile ago and got them unlocked for gsm real cheap. My understanding is that these are damn near unlockable now.
I'd definitely research before buying
So cannot eBay unlock on this anymore? What changed?
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So cannot eBay unlock on this anymore? What changed?
On the ebay unlock listings certain IMEI''s (new ones) cannot be unlocked. Either Motorola or Verizon shut it down. Makes sense. Verizon subsidized the phone to get you to try the service. People were unlocking them and leaving Verizon.
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On the ebay unlock listings certain IMEI''s (new ones) cannot be unlocked. Either Motorola or Verizon shut it down. Makes sense. Verizon subsidized the phone to get you to try the service. People were unlocking them and leaving Verizon.
The eBay listings had a message regarding certain IMEIs that couldn't be unlocked.

They don't seem to have that message anymore so I assume the new phones are able to be unlocked now.
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was $29 for awhile ...
Yeah, a LOOOOONG time ago. This enrages me everytime I see it. I've been trying to score this phone for 6+ months now.

What good is it if the phone WAS $29 half a year ago. It's not that price NOW. It hasn't come down to anywhere near that price anytime recently and I'm not expecting it to anytime soon.
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The eBay listings had a message regarding certain IMEIs that couldn't be unlocked.

They don't seem to have that message anymore so I assume the new phones are able to be unlocked now.
Yes, they do...unless you have an old phone it won't work

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Unlock-c...SwnMBaVrzv

"This is an unlock process for Verizon Motorola moto E4 xt1767 moto E4 plus xt1774

Please don't order IMEI start with
3541360 ............
353308089.........
3556690808.......
353308088....... "
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DO NOT PROCESS E4 IMEIs STARTING WITH: 353308088xxxxx or 353308089xxxxx or 354136090xxxxx - these are too new and are not in the database yet. If you order unlock code for such IMEI 20% restocking fee will be held to handle the PayPal refund fees. Order only if your device ask for UNLOCK CODE
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