Alright I’m going to skip the nonsense and get to the point. I already have found out that factory unlocking any Verizon phones won’t be happening as it goes “strictly goes against our policy“ (https://community.verizonwireless.com/t5/Google-Pixel/OEM-Unlock-feature-is-disabled/td-p/1141646) So can somebody point me to that policy otherwise I’ve paid for a phone with features I can’t use.
Again, before any puts their two cents into this thread, I’m talking about unlocking the bootloader, NOT a carrier unlock. Specifically I want to see where this policy information is listed with the agreement when using Verizon.
jonr2975, we want to ensure you have the information you seek. When it comes to devices used on our network, we have the following as a part of our Customer Agreement: https://www.verizon.com/legal/notices/customer-agreement/
"My Wireless device
Your wireless device must comply with Federal Communications Commission regulations, be certified for use on our network, and be compatible with your Service. Please be aware that we may change your wireless device's software, applications or programming remotely, without notice. This could affect your stored data, or how you've programmed or use your wireless device. By activating Service that uses a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card, you agree we own the intellectual property and software in the SIM card that we may change the software or other data in the SIM card remotely and without notice, and we may utilize any capacity in the SIM card for administrative, network, business and/or commercial purposes. In order to mitigate theft and other fraudulent activity, newly purchased devices may be locked to work exclusively on the Verizon Network for 60 days. For more information, visit https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/device-unlocking-policy/."