You need to look at the radio frequencies supported by the phone and compare them to the frequencies used by the Verizon Wireless network.
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A friend of mine had another model Cat device as he purchased large machinery from them.
There is a bring your own device tool on vzw's main site. If you have the IMEI from a device that may tell you if it is compatible.
JAMNUG28, those rugged, heavy-duty smartphones are really nice to use for durability. bd94s10 provided some great information about checking the Device ID also known as IMEI and MEID on our Bring Your Own Device website http://spr.ly/6580DVE9M and the compatibility will be confirmed. We also have the Motorola Z2 Force Edition that has a screen guaranteed not to crack or shatter to review on the following web page. I hope this is beneficial. http://spr.ly/6581DVE93
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