Verizon prepaid activations can help brand new smartphones become more familiar and more productive.
The company said it will start using prepaid activation in the coming weeks, which means new phones will be able to automatically unlock the device.
Verizon’s announcement came as the company announced plans to start charging users monthly for their phone and that it will begin rolling out a new phone unlock feature.
Verify and Touch ID are also getting the new treatment, which is designed to help consumers quickly verify a device’s identity.
The Verizon Wireless prepaid activation process can be used to unlock a device on an existing phone.
You just need to hold the home button on the device and a number on the home screen.
The number on screen indicates your current number.
Then, you can touch the home key to activate your device, and the unlock button to unlock it.
Verified devices can then be re-locked by simply pressing the unlock key and home button again.
If you want to make sure your new phone is working correctly, you’ll need to tap the “Verify” button on your phone and wait until the confirmation screen appears.
The “Verified” screen tells you to enter your current phone number and tap “Verification” to begin unlocking the device for you.
If the phone is unlocked, you have until 11:59 p.m.
ET on December 15 to enter a code that will unlock the phone and activate it on your account.
This is Verizon’s first time offering this feature.
In February, the company said the feature would be rolled out to customers in late January.
Versephone, the popular smartphone maker owned by Google, will also begin offering its users the “verizon prepaid unlock” feature.
Versephone will be rolling out the feature to users in select markets in the US, Europe, Asia and Oceania in the first half of next year.
Vermez will be the first carrier to offer the feature.
The carrier is also the first to offer an Android phone unlock solution.
Verde, the prepaid carrier, said the Verizon feature will roll out to its customers in the next few weeks.
The feature will be available to those in the United States and to all customers in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, South Africa and the United Kingdom, the carrier said.
Verge, the third-largest carrier in the world, has also started offering the feature, and said the rollout will begin in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Verrephone has said the prepaid unlock feature will unlock phones on devices with a SIM card that has been activated and that users can then unlock the devices remotely using the same number.