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Discussion in 'Verizon' started by YY1334, Mar 16, 2014.

  1. YY1334

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    Just got a really good deal on my plan by calling in. Unlimited voice/text and 2 gigs of data for 60 a month plus taxes. Now I have insurance so my bill after taxes and insurance will be ~$77 a month. Pretty happy with it, they said it was a loyalty plan or something. Figured if you're a single line plan like me you might be interested.
     

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    Does this plan include a new subsidized phone, or is it just for service?
     
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    It does, but this was not during my upgrade. I am still inside my '2 year contract', my upgrade date stays the same (this October) but my contract now instead of ending in October doesn't end until March. So I extend my contract by 5 months but am saving over $30 a month from what I was paying, so over this year I will save $360 on my plan. I can still upgrade in October with a subsidized phone and my plan stays the same, but would obviously extend for 2 more years.

    However, if for some reason Verizon tries to say come October I need a more expensive plan to upgrade, I'd rather buy the phone outright. Instead of $300 upfront plus $30 a month more for two years, which would add up to $1020. So no matter what it makes sense for me.
     
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