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Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 4G LTE WearOS Smartwatch: Quick Guide to Verizon Activation

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The TicWatch Pro 4G LTE, the most advanced TicWatch yet, and now includes cellular circuitry to support 4G LTE calls, texts and data using the Verizon network. Like the original Ticwatch Pro, it incorporates two completely different screens bonded together and dynamically switched through Layered Display Technology. This allows for super low power consumption when the LCD screen is active (looks like your old digital watch) and a vivid color OLED screen for active use of the watch. Together they insure you can always see the time, indoors or out, bright or dark.

This video provides a quick guide on how to set up and activate your Ticwatch PRO 4G LTE on the Verizon network. Remember, only Verizon will work with this smartwatch!

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Comment (12)

    1. Yes, this is finally available in the USA. It can be done with T-Mobile and SIMS for pure Android watches, too.

    1. Yes, finally a 4G LTE WearOS based smartwatch you don’t need to pay high overhead to own from a phone company. You can buy it and activate it on your own!

    1. I don’t think so as of yet. It’s pretty much USA only from what I understand. You could check with Moboi directly to see if they have any plans for bringing to outside the US.

  1. I have the grand fathered unlimited data plan (no throttling) and it forces you to change to their newest plans before you can add the watch to the line. I also wasted an hour on the line with a standard CSR who was speaking to someone in sales and got no where. Got a call center in the Phillipines where they sadly don’t train their reps. Customer service wise Verizon has gone down hill with all the outsourcing they have done. I contacted the store and they gave me a name of an app called “Tech Coach” go get support from reps that supposedly have more experience dealing with older plans. The rep also stated I could go into the store and see if they can even add it to my line and if they can it would be $15/month vs $10 instead. Just a heads up for anyone with the OG unlimited data plan on Verizon. But otherwise if you don’t want to use LTE connectivity on this watch, it’s a great BT device.

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