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    Default Moto X through Straight Talk

    Hello, I currently use Straight Talk service. I want to buy the Moto X directly from the Motorola website, and they ask which carrier will I use (AT&t, T-Mobile, or Verizon). In my area, Verizon has the best 4G LTE coverage, but from everything I've read, I won't be able to get 4G through Straight Talk on Verizon because of the CDMA issue. Straight Talk's website does offer a GMS SIM card or a CDMA key for certain phones. Can anyone tell me if I choose the Verizon carrier on the Motorola website, will I be able to get 4G through Straight Talk? I've done a ton of research, but am still confused by conflicting answers. Thanks!
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    Hi,

    I have noticed your post and I would like to address your query. Unfortunately, the speed will only be 3G. If further assistance is needed, please send us an email to ST.CorpResolutionTeam@straighttalk.com or you can chat with us live at http://s5.parature.com/ics/support/c...8-a395260cdf2d.

    Kurt

    Straight Talk Wireless

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