If you‘re within 14 dayd of purchasing the new phones you can return them which woulld cancel your device payment agreements. Monetariily though, if you had purchased new devices at a promoti... Ver más...
If you're within 14 dayd of purchasing the new phones you can return them which woulld cancel your device payment agreements. Monetariily though, if you had purchased new devices at a promotional discount like 99 cents for a new 2 year contract while there would'nt be  monthly device payments, but the monthly access charge for both of the lines that upgraded would cost $20 a month more ($480 over 24 months each) and there would have been a one time $40 upgrade fee for each line, in addition to the 99 cents. That would make the overall cost increase on your bill 520.99 for each of those lines instead of the lower cost of financing the phones on the device payment plan you're currently on. In addition you'd also end up paying more monthly on your bill for taxes and surcharges due to the increased cost.
That option is not available
The moving of Apps to an SD card isn't supported on the older software version of the Ellipsis 7. It can move media files such as photos/videos/music.
If you insert a compatible SIM card that has contacts stored on it the option to import from it should show with these steps- Tap Contacts . Tap the Menu icon (located in the upper-right)... Ver más...
If you insert a compatible SIM card that has contacts stored on it the option to import from it should show with these steps- Tap Contacts . Tap the Menu icon (located in the upper-right). Tap Manage Contacts. Tap Import/Export contacts. Tap Import. Did you insert an older SIM card that you had used on another device that had contacts stored on it, or were you trying to do something else?
I see what you’re referring to with the service issues in that area there having dead spots. Looking at those details and the public records you mentioned it doesn’t seem like there are imminent ... Ver más...
I see what you're referring to with the service issues in that area there having dead spots. Looking at those details and the public records you mentioned it doesn't seem like there are imminent plans for network expansion or improvement there. You're best bet would be to select whichever provider has the best services for where you need to use them. Just like any for profit business, wireless carriers will have invest in infrastructure improvements and expansion in order to increase revenue, and the implementation of the plans are determined based on the priority of where would provide the most cost effective options and the biggest potential return on investment. While no carrier provides coverage everywhere, the priority of where to expand next is primarily determined by the economics, demographics and infrastructureof the location. In Ohio for example Westlake would be pretty low on the priority list due to the lower/shrinking/aged population whereas Columbus would be quite high due to the higher/rising/younger population as well as number of students, tourists, visitors and traffic passing through the area. Also local resident opposition to expansion efforts such as in the past would affect future plans such as when Verizon did have plans to add a cell tower in that area of Westlake approved by the city council and later revoked due to resident petitions of opposition to having a new cell site in their neighborhood. It is unfortunately pretty common in many areas that people want good wireless services but don't want to see the tower in their area. After spending thousands of dollars in application fees, consulting fees, and employee salary time to analyze potential spots for new towers and still not being able to complete the plans due to opposition, or legal compliance any company would be less likely to seriously consider future plans in the area. Aside from already having an economically & demographically attractive location to attract new businesses to expand there many cities decide to offer increased incentives such as reducing or covering the costs to expand or operate there, like tax rates, fees, or construction. Those options may be a viable idea for the city council to consider.
Yes Verizon can mail you a reprint of bill copies older than 18 months upon request if you call customer service at 800-922-0204 / 611
TMP usually does show up in the confirmations, in case it didn’t get added to the orders initially and is missing from your account after the new devices are activated it can still be added withi... Ver más...
TMP usually does show up in the confirmations, in case it didn’t get added to the orders initially and is missing from your account after the new devices are activated it can still be added within 30 days of the purchase
When switching providers with promotional offers to cover existing contracts/switching costs the funds are sent as a prepaid debit/credit card to the person that switched, they’d still have to ma... Ver más...
When switching providers with promotional offers to cover existing contracts/switching costs the funds are sent as a prepaid debit/credit card to the person that switched, they’d still have to manually pay any balance owed for their Verizon service
Verizon doesnt network lock their iphones so you can insert a SIM card from a international carrier fo use your device on another provider whose network is compatable with your model 7
You’re correct, the Verizon iPhone 7 wouldn’t be network locked. The IMEI can be blacklisted for activation due to other reasons, such as Swappa’s policy regarding devices under an existing payme... Ver más...
You're correct, the Verizon iPhone 7 wouldn't be network locked. The IMEI can be blacklisted for activation due to other reasons, such as Swappa's policy regarding devices under an existing payment agreement. The Swappa website does provide these details: "Outstanding Financial Obligation Devices on equipment installment plans ( EIP ) are still owned by the carrier or company and could be blacklisted or blocked if the balance is not paid. Therefore, they are not eligible for sale on Swappa until paid in full. Examples include: T-Mobile's Jump, AT&T's Next, Verizon's Device Payment Plan ("DPP", formerly called Edge), and Rent-A-Center financing. This also applies to Apple's recent device financing". https://swappa.com/faq/answer/listing_device_criteria I've noticed third parties like Swappa or other carriers often recognize the blacklist status, but may not have the correct reason listed as a device with an outstanding loan or an associated account with a past due balance may be listed generically as 'lost/stolen ' due to the limitations of intercarrier blacklist reporting & detail sharing. (Meaning the iPhone 7 would be blacklisted due to balance or collection issues but Verizon report such personal and particular details to other companies accessing the blacklist
You can set Family Base to limit data usage by phone number
I believe what the representative meant to say next when asking if dialing your 10 digit number worked to access voicemail was ‘If not’ instead of ‘If so’ to have you perform that next step of- ... Ver más...
I believe what the representative meant to say next when asking if dialing your 10 digit number worked to access voicemail was 'If not' instead of 'If so' to have you perform that next step of- dialing *73 and press send(will beep three times and hang up). This function will turn off whatever incorrect call forwarding setting going on for your number and route your incoming calls to voicemail instead of to the invalid number currently occurring when you don't answer a call
If it was the account number that was incorrect you could also find it in your MyVerizon account online, or by visiting a Verizon store. If it was the 4-digit PIN that was incorrect you can try r... Ver más...
If it was the account number that was incorrect you could also find it in your MyVerizon account online, or by visiting a Verizon store. If it was the 4-digit PIN that was incorrect you can try resetting it at VZW.com/PIN or at a store location if unable to call.
Yes, you’re correct, Verizon doesn’t lock their 4gLTE postpaid devices
The Note 8 is not annual upgrade eligible. Program details can be found here- Annual Upgrade Program for Samsung Devices FAQs | Verizon Wireless
You can submit the details of your request to Verizon's Network department for them to consider those locations in future network expansions at the link below- Real Estate Inquiry Form
By calling customer service or visiting a Verizon store
The phone that was replaced by insurance would only be removed from the lost or stolen list by Asurion after it is returned to them
Verizon would accept the At&t Galaxy S4 as a trade in, but it is not compatible with their network