You should now be able to activate the Moto X Pure Edition on Verizon


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Would-be Verizon users of the Moto X Pure Edition were dismayed to find that the company wasn’t able to activate their phones for use on the network. Many initially feared this was Verizon up to one of their tactics, but that wasn’t the case at all: they simply didn’t have the device IMEI numbers ready in their database.

Thankfully that is no longer an issue as Verizon has confirmed that the issue has been cleaned up and users can now freely activate the Moto X Pure Edition on their network. You can even do it on their website using a quick and simple process, or simply head into a store or call a rep on the phone if you aren’t adventurous enough to handle it yourself.

Contrary to popular belief, Verizon isn’t always above nonconventional practices, and they’ve definitely shown it by welcoming the chain-free Moto X Pure Edition with open arms. Let us know if you’ll be grabbing a new Moto X now that the dust on that matter has been settled.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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