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  1. Tariq

    Tariq New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Theres a possibility my dad might be getting me this for xmas but i have a few questions regarding the data plan.

    I have a family plan of 4 Me, my dad, my brother, and sis.

    How much would data for 1 droid be? And how much would it be if my whole family had smart phones?
     

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  2. messenger13

    messenger13 Well-Known Member

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    $30 for one, unlimited use.
    Don't know how much for the rest.
     
  3. Tariq

    Tariq New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thank you.
     
  4. sch911

    sch911 Well-Known Member

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    It's $30 for EACH smartphone on top of the voice plan.....
     
  5. GDroid

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    ..and don't let them talk you into the $45 data plan!
     
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    vincentp Well-Known Member

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    There's a $45 data plan? I've never even had any of the reps mention it to me. What is supposedly the difference?
     
  7. GDroid

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    Yes, here's the description from Verizon's site:

    Unlimited Data Use

    Synchronize your mobile PDA or Smartphone to your PC with PDA/Smartphone from Verizon Wireless, providing over-the-air synchronization of e-mail, contacts, calendar, and tasks. Service available within the NationalAccess or, with certain devices, the Mobile Broadband service area.

    Some Verizon reps were confusing customers (unknowingly or not) by telling them that this $45 plan would allow their Droids to work with Exchange, but as we all know, this is not true. The $30 plan is fine.
     
  8. sch911

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    Like the blackberry BIS vs. BES plans. Verizon has two plans a personal plan $30/mo. and a corporate plan $45/mo. The latter supposedly includes the ability to sync with Exchange servers.
     
  9. GDroid

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    Most, if not all of us who are using Exchange are currently on the $30 plan. Those who are on the $45 data plan and using their own Exchange servers at work should downgrade to the $30 plan. The $45 is for a Verizon-hosted service.
     

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