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Discussion in 'Verizon' started by turkletont, Sep 14, 2012.

  1. turkletont

    turkletont Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Is this how it works at Verizon or am I just missing something? I only want like 450-500 minutes, as I don't talk that much. From what I can tell, the only customization Verizon plans offer are how much data you want and everything else is unlimited??
     

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  2. Adauth

    Adauth Android Expert

    Not positive, but I believe they offer a variety of plans.
    I'd go to a retail store and check out the options. I don't really know as I have unlimited everything. Glad I do too, because I used quite a bit od data last month. LOL. :D
     

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  3. Doit2it

    Doit2it Android Expert

    Verizon switched to their Share Everything plans on June 28th. Unlimited talk and text with tiered data for all their plans. If you were a current subscriber when the new plans took affect, you were not forced to change your plan. But in the future, if you upgrade to a new subsidized phone you are forced into the new plan structure.

    Verizon's Share Everything plan explained | Digital Trends
     
  4. euph_22

    euph_22 Android Expert

    I don't think that's quite correct. If I recall correctly, you could keep your voice plan and change the options for the voice plan and texting (go from 700 to 1000 minutes for example). You just can't keep unlimited data, and would have to switch to some form of tiered data plan (either the shared data, or switch the data plan to 2GB/$30 [I think]).
     
  5. Doit2it

    Doit2it Android Expert

    Strange. The only reason to keep the old plans is if you have unlimited data. If you loose that, why wouldn't you want to switch to unlimited talk and text and tiered data.

    Verizon has made it purposely confusing. Mainly so they get those of us still under unlimited data into the new tiered plans. We are costing them WAY TO MUCH. Eating away at their bottom line. Phfffttt.
     
  6. tdperry

    tdperry Well-Known Member

    Correct.
     
  7. AntimonyER

    AntimonyER CHANGED FROM AF ADDICT MIKESTONY

    Actually the old plans are cheaper for people who don't use many minutes (such as myself and my wife... mainly because everyone we know is on Verizon too).

    New customers are forced into Share Everything. Existing customers can still get the full flexibility they had prior to Share Everything (ie changing minutes, texts, adding lines, etc.) on their limited minute plans. The only thing that is different for them is upgrades kill off unlimited.
     
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