I really need a phone today
Like a lot of people I would really like to stay but I do not want to give up my unlimited data, I use about 5-6 GBs per month.
Any suggestions? I really need a functional phone with in the next day or so.
Your options are used phone, full retail, or installment plan (full retail with financing).
Not talking to the right person? Riiiiiight....
So what is your secret to keeping unlimited data, kid? I guarantee you its most likely very shady and benefits your company much more than the customer. Prove me wrong.
Here's his big secret: Do the upgrade/alternate upgrade on a line that doesn't have unlimited and then do an ESN change.
Example: Account has 2 lines, Line A: smartphone w/ unlimited, Line B: smartphone w/ 2gb data. Line A has an upgrade. You do an alternate upgrade on Line A, putting the contract on Line A and the new phone on Line B. Then, on a separate transaction, you go back and remov...
I just wanted to see if Mr. PhoneMan07 actually had anything to say other than follow me on twitter and i'll tell you the secret
My track record on here is extensive. Yours?
>Member since July 16, 2013
Please don't continue this conversation.
I work for VZW and you CAN keep your unlimited data. it works best if you have multiple lines but there are several ways to do upgrades and still be able to keep your data you just have to get the rep who is willing to do it for you
don't let them get you down phoneman07... I know what you are saying
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B) One of your lines doesn't have to be a dumbphone, it can be any PHONE, just can't have unlimited data on it. (unless you want to lose it on that line)
A) If he has information above and beyond the obvious, he's foolish for flaunting his knowledge of it.
B) If he's just giving us a line and actually doesn't know anything above and beyond the obvious, he's a fool for playing a field he isn't equipped to play on.
Look, there are at least six ways to keep unlimited data as I see it, and if I can see it I'm sure it's fairly well-documented online. If nothing else, Verizon is sure to be aware of it. Why flaunt such knowledge as some secret you've been make privy to when there's no point in doing so?
Hey, guess what! I know how to avoid a upgrade fee!
Don't buy a phone!