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Removing A line

KBC546
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Is it possible to have a line removed from my account family plan but then have that line set up on their own account with Verizon with the same phone number?

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Re: Removing A line

Ann154
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Yes, you can complete the Transfer of Service option. Please read through the FAQs linked below to understand the steps required. 

 

https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/transfer-your-service-faqs/

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Re: Removing A line

Ann154
Expert

Yes, you can complete the Transfer of Service option. Please read through the FAQs linked below to understand the steps required. 

 

https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/transfer-your-service-faqs/

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Re: Removing A line

Community Manager
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You came to the right place for assistance, KBC546. The answer to your question is yes. You can have a line removed from your account family plan and move that line to its own account with Verizon with the same phone number.

 

The process is called "Transfer your service" and it is very easy. It must be initiated by the account owner of the account where the current line of service is. Please visit (and share with account owner) the link below to see the full process.

Transfer of service: https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/transfer-your-service-faqs/

Does this information answer your question fully?

 

AntonioC_VZW

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Re: Removing A line

Tigerstep
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If you don't want to read a lengthy FAQ, here's a short summary:

Have the owner or manager release the line online or by calling in.

Once the authorization is on file, the assuming party has 2 weeks to respond.

Online is kinda buggy and stores will make you call anyway -- have the assuming party call the TYS dept.

Everything after this is on the assuming party. This includes them having to pass a credit check. If your plan is grandfathered, they can't take it with them. If their credit is poor, they have to pay any agreement off. Any promo credits also aren't transferrable.

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