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Share Data Plan

by Phoenix-X86X    Jul 5, 2012, 4:39 PM

I am currently an unhappy customer with Verizon. I have been with Verizon for almost 3 years prior to that I was an Alltel user for many years. I have done some looking at this Share Data Plan. To the way I understand the plan it is more meant for people who have muiltple devices that have data services vs people like me that have only one device with services.

Currently I have unlimited data but I would like to get a new phone either S3 or Maxx however I was informed I would have to switch to this new data plan. I did some looking and it going to cost more per month for me to switch to this new data plan than what I currently pay per month with unlimited data. I dont agree that I should have to switch because verizon choose this for the company. If I already have the services I should be able to keep them. Why is that?

Overall the Share Data Plan is to make the lives of people with muiltiple devices with data services easier and cheaper in the long run however for single device users it doesnt matter we have to pay more.

Options to the problem is buy a phone out right which we all isnt cheap, keep the phone I currently have that has problems until it doesnt work, ebay/amazon, or leaving the company all together and purchase a new phone and services with Sprint where there is unlimited data. Just dont know what to do...

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