Motorola Moto 360 wristwatch

compatible with Verizon Jetpack?

Someone correct me if I’m wrong, but I’m pretty sure the Jetpack is just a cellular-enabled router, meaning it creates a WiFi hotspot from a Verizon line.

However, the Moto 360 and other Android Wear watches pair via Blueooth to a smartphone (iOS or Android), which does most of the heavy lifting. In other words, it needs more than just a WiFi hotspot; it needs an actual smartphone with a compatible operating system.

I do not believe the Jetpack qualifies; I don’t think they run Android at all unless there’s a new model that I don’t know about.

Hoooooooooowever… most smartphones can also operate as Jetpacks, in that you can create WiFi hotspots from them. You can pay Verizon a tethering fee for this OR root your phone and create a fee-less hotspot, which Verizon (and only Verizon) has to live with because of an agreement they made with the FCC when they bought some radio spectrum a few years back.

The Moto 360 does have wifi. But I believe it only uses wifi as an alternative way to sync with the phone. So you still need to get a phone (or tablet?) to pair the watch with.