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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by dm33, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. dm33

    dm33 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Mar 23, 2010
    Whats the best website to ask Verizon questions?

    I have a Verizon question for when I purchase the Incredible, but its not unique to Android.

    I'd like to buy the Incredible on a new 2yr commitment, but use a cheap Verizon phone that I buy and put it on a family plan with the Incredible. I'd like the Incredible to have a 2yr commitment and the second line to be month to month. Can you have a family plan where each line has a different commitment?



  2. Sailingmaster

    Sailingmaster Well-Known Member

    Apr 13, 2010
    Okay, assuming you have an older Verizon phone and do not currently have service with Verizon, and want to set up a family share plan with the Incredible on another line, you can do exactly what you want.

    When you go to purchase your Incredible, tell them you also want to add another line using your own equipment. You won't be tied to a contract on the 2nd line, just with the line that has the Incredible. Also make sure that the store rep knows you're wanting the two lines to be together on a family share, don't imply it, state it outright. (No offense intended towards any store reps that may read this, just seen too many accounts where a store rep needing the commission would do both as singles since the customer didn't "tell" him to put them on a family share.)
  3. QrafTee

    QrafTee Well-Known Member

    Yes, you may. On my family plan I'm month-to-month (my 2 years has been met), two of my friends (Droids) are 2-year, and two of my other friends (Droids as well) are 1-year.
  4. Teibidh

    Teibidh Well-Known Member

    Nov 8, 2009
    Each mobile phone number with Verizon Wireless (and most carriers) has its own unique contract dates. The only time Verizon Wireless requires a contract extension is when you're receiving an equipment subsidy or if you choose to accept a bonus minute offer.
  5. droidINCREDIBLE

    droidINCREDIBLE Active Member

    Apr 15, 2010
    If you provide you own equipment, there is no contract extension.
    The only time you extend your contract is if you purchase the device at 1/3 of the retail price.
    thats all that there's to it.

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