(Part 2) Top products from r/verizon

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We found 24 product mentions on r/verizon. We ranked the 120 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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u/TheOnlyProfelec · 2 pointsr/verizon

Yes you can!

this is the one Verizon offers. The only issue is it looks to only support band 13, so it could have slow speeds.

Edit: here is the same thing via amazon. From additional reading, it looks to support band 4 as well :)

u/h1p1n3 · 1 pointr/verizon

you are correct. /u/thumbstickz is mistaken.

First, lets look at the SIM.

Yes, the exterior perimeter is reduced in these next-gen devices, but look at the points of contact. They are still located in the same area. A converter of some sorts like this Will work to put your nano sim in a micro or full sim slot. A sim, is a sim. Besides physical size, the data and functionality of them is the same.

Now that size is out of the way, lets talk about sim swapping.

Since LTE came out, the FCC has ruled that Verizon CANNOT change your plan or limit you from moving a SIM from one device or another. A simple google search will show that. And the FAQ he posted below even states that

>Can I use my Verizon Wireless 4G SIM in more than one device?

Yes; the Verizon Wireless 4G SIM card contains all of your subscriber information, so the SIM card is portable and can be used in any Verizon Wireless-certified 4G device. All usage will be billed to the account associated with the 4G SIM card. (read: NOT THE PLAN)

u/Eizavie · 2 pointsr/verizon

Thanks for your reply! I did read that some protectors might not actually be that great. I'm not sure what you mean by an earth ground? I don't know if this helps at all but this is the thing Verizon left https://imgur.com/a/SgtHnzF I'm using this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003SWGQNM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I really don't know anything about this kind of stuff as you can probably tell. I just want to make sure my hardware is safe and I'm also paranoid so I don't want anything to explode or catch fire ''

u/Mr_T0ad · 5 pointsr/verizon

My suggestion was to dump the home phone. You are spending $80 between the two. I would get internet and then purchase something like this

Ooma Telo Free Home Phone Service https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I4XMEYA/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_IlUBxbQAHWR00

or this

OBi200 VoIP Phone Adapter, T.38 Fax https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BUV7C9A/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_9mUBxbYWV6XAQ

You would have an upfront cost of $50 - $100, but you would save about $10-$20 a month.

u/r_view · 2 pointsr/verizon

People that have this, please continue trying it in other devices and share success. Wish they'd allow it in regular lte routers. I had Millenicom a few years ago on Verizon, used a Cradlepoint router with a LTE USB stick and my cell signal booster. Worked well. But I'd need something new. Jetpack is ok, but handier in something else. Similar to this with this, just an example. https://www.amazon.com/Verizon-Wireless-LTE-Modem-551L/dp/B0069RXK9G


u/IntlJumper · 1 pointr/verizon

I have a VZ unlimited plan as well. I just turn off the data so I can get calls. Depending on where you go it may or may not work (CDMA vs GSM). I did take several calls before, I never saw the charge on my bill. If you are in a large city or a tourist area there is wifi just about everywhere, try viber which is free and works well. I once bought a long range handheld from amazon when there was no wifi available on a ski trip, worth every penny.

u/s_i_m_s · 1 pointr/verizon

I wasn't actually recommending a case more something like this or this or a full size usb keyboard
Like I said more to keep up with but with a case stand could be a decent solution.

For functionality i'd go with something usb based if possible the bluetooth stuff all has a annoying delay since it switches the bt radio off after a few minutes of inactivity. It's only a few seconds and bt keyboards are still very popular so that part may not be a big issue to you.

The startup delay and occasional ghost keeeeeeeeeeeeeeeying of BT keyboards have killed them as an option for me. You can convert any usb or wireless usb full size or mini keyboard with something like this or this and avoid those problems but then you do gain a dongle to keep up with.

It's always something but it would still be nice if they just natively had a keyboard physical keyboard but it doesn't seem to be much on the market like that.

It's like trying to get a verizon flip phone with LTE they exist but you won't like the compromises you have to make to get one (only one on the market and it doesn't have a flashlight).

u/GuinessDraft · 1 pointr/verizon

Depending on how your system was installed, you may have infinite options. For example my system was installed with CAT5 from my ONT to my Actiontec. I have the Actiontec in bridge mode for the cable boxes, and I have my own router in front of that so I can block Verizon's "helpful" punching of holes through my firewall.

If you have just the coax from the ONT, I have been told any MOCA adapter will work. I have not had the opportunity to try this yet, but maybe some internet searches for MOCA can help. Here's an example of what I am talking about: http://www.amazon.com/Actiontec-Ethernet-Adapter-Service-ECB2500C/dp/B008C1JC4O

u/HayesCooper19 · 1 pointr/verizon

If you have amazon prime you could order one of these, pay $3.99 for one day shipping and it should, hopefully, arrive in time.

u/mrdeadlocked · 1 pointr/verizon

I have one of these similiar situation as you. I ordered one of these ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0006ZIEUC/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 ) and am using it with a simple magnetic car antenna on my roof. Boosted my speeds significantly.

u/dachuggs · 2 pointsr/verizon

I use to do it all the time! Every once and awhile the clearance items would also get the employee discount applied to them. I got these guys for $6.50 when they were clearance down to $10 and then the employee discount of 35%

u/genxer · 3 pointsr/verizon

Do you have filters on all your telephones? Your modem should not have a filter (unless it is an inline filter)...

u/AllEncompassingThey · 2 pointsr/verizon


I get it, though. You're pointing out an inconvenience. I'm not arguing that it's inconvenient. I'm just cheap when it comes to stuff I'm not going to use very long. :)

u/Orale_Guay · 4 pointsr/verizon

LG enV VX9900 Phone, Orange (Verizon Wireless, Phone Only, No Service) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000SR0690/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_ymu9yb3ZV2SXA