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Transferring my wife's line to my plan

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My new wife is currently on her mom's family plan and I'd like to move her over to mine. Is that possible to do with no problem? or do I need her mom to take her off her plan first so I can bring her over to mine?

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Re: Transferring my wife's line to my plan

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You need to do an Assumption of Liability (AOL).  Information is in this link:

My Verizon FAQs | Verizon Wireless

"In order to perform an Assumption of Liability, all of the following requirements must be met:

Current Account Owner

  • You must ensure that the balance on the account you want to transfer is current. You'll continue to be responsible for account charges until the transfer has been completed.
  • If the line you're transferring is the primary line on a Family SharePlan® or the only secondary line on a Family SharePlan, the remaining line(s) must be placed on eligible calling plans prior to processing the account transfer. Please contact Customer Service at (800) 922-0204 for assistance.
  • You must contact Customer Service at (800) 922-0204 to authorize the account transfer and provide the name of the person who will be taking over the account.


New Account Owner (person taking over responsibility for the account)

  • You must read and agree to the Verizon Wireless Customer Agreement Terms and Conditionsprior to assuming responsibility for the account.
  • If the line you're taking over is being added to an existing Verizon Wireless account, your account must be current.
  • If you agree to the Customer Agreement Terms and Conditions and up to a 1-year contract term, you must contact the Assumption of Liability Department at (888) 832-4540. A representative will assist you with completing the AOL request.

    Nota: Tu reconocimiento de servicio estará sujeto a una verificación de crédito. You may be required to switch to current pricing and promotions. A security deposit may also be required."