Verizon drops plans to sell Huawei phones

Paul, 30 January 2018

According to people familiar with the matter, Verizon is no longer considering selling Huawei phones in the US following pressure from the US Government to avoid the Chinese handset maker.

The government is also pressing Verizon to end any collaboration with Huawei on standards for a 5G network. Huawei was pushing to be among the first to offer a 5G-capable phone.

The Trump administration even considered plans to nationalize the 5G Network to 'lock-out' Chinese equipment. These programs were vetoed on Monday by both parties.

Huawei's phones will continue to work on both Verizon's and AT&T's networks, but you will have to source the desired phone from third parties. Selling direct would have helped Huawei reach more US consumers.

Huawei or Verizon has yet to make an official statement.

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Reader comments

  • paul
  • 02 Feb 2018
  • naQ

Well i had a huawei Phone (mate 7) for more than 3 years and now the Honor9 and the mate 7 is now still used for navigation 4 hours a day. and i never had these faults: Screen not responding in cold weather.. Crashing iPhone due to date-bug ...

  • Anonymous
  • 31 Jan 2018
  • FXM

Good job verizon

  • Won
  • 31 Jan 2018
  • UD{

Make America Great Again. Right....if you say so (0_0)

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