Updated: May 6, 2022
Although Verizon has approved the Node as a certified device on their network as of October 9th, 2018 ( https://opendevelopment.verizonwireless.com/device-showcase/device/7005 ) in the past there have been some restrictions to using the Node or VidiU Go Node on Verizon's network.
Teradek has only tested Data plans, and recommends a Data plan rather than a Phone plan.
The plan selected on Verizon's network may require a rated plan with a GB data transfer limit rather than an Unlimited data plan. However, you should consult with your Verizon account representative for all applicable plans for the Node or VidiU Go Node.
Verizon in the past would only allow the Node and VidiU Go Node to be activated on contract / post-paid plans. This is no longer the case!
Prepaid Data Only plans can now be initiated with the IMEI of a Node or VidiU Go Node, and will now work with those devices on Verizon's network.
After setup of the prepaid account you'll be prompted for the IMEI of the Node or VidiU Go Node, It should be was recognized as a Node and a SIM/Account should be issued.
SIM cards with Static IP addresses
Verizon SIM cards that have a Static IP address assigned to them will not work with the Node or VidiU Go Node.
Static IP addresses are sometimes issued for larger corporate accounts or specific purposes.
Most customers will receive a SIM card with a Dynamic IP address, and are not affected by this issue.