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Can I get my huawei honor 6 l60-02 to work on verizon?

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Can I get my huawei honor 6 l60-02 to work on verizon?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Android Devices
Expert:  Benjamin Larson replied 1 year ago.

Hi Paul! My name is ***** ***** I'd love to help you with this question. I have Verizon too and I really like their service. I don't know if that will work on Verizon, but I'll look into it and get back to you ASAP. I know one of the Nexus phones is made by Huawei, but let me find out about the model you are asking.

Expert:  Benjamin Larson replied 1 year ago.

Paul, it looks like if the phone is unlocked you should be able to:

Here are the directions to set it up with Verizon service:

You may find you need to go to Settings > More Networks > Mobile Networks to get to the spot those directions describe. I would highly suggest you confirm with Verizon they will accept that handset on their network - they traditionally have been one of the hardest carriers to bring a phone to that you didn't buy from them.

If that answers your question, great. In that case, I would appreciate a rating on my answer. If you still need help, please respond here and I will help. Thanks!

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I already did what you told me on my own. I have also found out that a AT&T galaxy s7 will not work with Verizon due to lte band difference.
Expert:  Benjamin Larson replied 1 year ago.

Sorry to hear that, I was trying to confirm the frequencies that they used and didn't find a definitive answer.