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Moto Z Force

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So I really want a Moto Z Force. I think the phone looks great but it is a Verizon US exclusive with no indication it will ever reach the UK. My research shows it uses Nano SIMs and appears to support… Read More
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8m, 2w agoPosted 8 months, 2 weeks ago
So I really want a Moto Z Force. I think the phone looks great but it is a Verizon US exclusive with no indication it will ever reach the UK. My research shows it uses Nano SIMs and appears to support Three network (the network I use) for 3G and 4G. If I bought this phone in the US, can anyone tell me if this would be a bad idea for UK use? Or if I bought it locked to Verizon, would UK phone unlockers be able to unlock a US only phone? All the questions!
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8m, 2w agoPosted 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
It wouldn't be a great idea as it would only support some of threes network and that's if they do come unlocked. The wiser man would buy a Oneplus 3
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spencer24
It wouldn't be a great idea as it would only support some of threes network and that's if they do come unlocked. The wiser man would buy a Oneplus 3


Thanks for the feedback. The OnePlus3 does look good but I have my reasons for wanting the Force. Not least the weatherproof screen and exceptional battery and camera potential (with mods). What makes you think it won't work on all of 3's network? GSM arena shows it uses the same 3g and 4g frequency as 3 network...
#3
Three's LTE bands are 800 and 1800 the phone only supports 1800
#4
spencer24
Three's LTE bands are 800 and 1800 the phone only supports 1800


Ah okay, thank you. I had a Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 before that had the same limitation and that wasn't so bad. I'll have to give it some thought. Thank you for your advice.

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