It depends on how late you will be. There's a $5 late fee applied to your bill, and if you'll be about 2 weeks late, you'll want to contact financial services to avoid your services from being s... Ver más...
It depends on how late you will be. There's a $5 late fee applied to your bill, and if you'll be about 2 weeks late, you'll want to contact financial services to avoid your services from being suspended. If suspended, it's a $15 charge per line to reconnect service.
The deposit is released after 1 year of service automatically as the account has remained in good standings. Customer service should be able to check into it for you to see when it should be rel... Ver más...
The deposit is released after 1 year of service automatically as the account has remained in good standings. Customer service should be able to check into it for you to see when it should be released.
If you didn't qualify, you wouldn't be able to purchase a phone on Edge at all. There can still be a required down payment based on the credit check to get a phone on Edge.
This isn't something you can do online. As the account owner, you would call customer care to authorize the person assuming liability of your account so that they can call in or go to a corporat... Ver más...
This isn't something you can do online. As the account owner, you would call customer care to authorize the person assuming liability of your account so that they can call in or go to a corporate store to put the account in their name, and to have your line canceled. A credit check is done when they go to assume liability, or they would pay a per line deposit.
If you didn't pay for the upgrade fee at the point of sale, you went to a third party/authorized retailer. They aren't a part of VZW and the charge goes directly to your bill. I only deal with t... Ver más...
If you didn't pay for the upgrade fee at the point of sale, you went to a third party/authorized retailer. They aren't a part of VZW and the charge goes directly to your bill. I only deal with the website or corporate stores when making a purchase. Changing providers may not be ideal, but if someone is unsatisfied and believe another company will value them more after they get them to switch, then they should go. Not saying you exactly, people in general. Instead, we fuss and whine, throw around the loyalty word like it's the golden ticket to whatever it is they want. I'd review your bills and see where the price increase is. It may not be the plan but the taxes. Mine are usually between $30-$40, give or take. Or maybe there are overages you're not aware of. The monthly bill credit is applied to any line with a smartphone that doesn't have a contract, so once your 2 year contract is up or if you purchase the phone at full price or on Edge, the discount applies. I'd also call and check on that as it is now $15 if you have 4gbs or less; $25 if you have 6gbs or more
Then people would fuss about that because now there wouldn't be any "free phones". People just love to whine.
The problem is, people want Verizon's coverage for the same price that lesser carriers charge, but they can charge less since they don't have all those towers to maintain. If someone is in an ar... Ver más...
The problem is, people want Verizon's coverage for the same price that lesser carriers charge, but they can charge less since they don't have all those towers to maintain. If someone is in an area that has decent coverage with a company that costs less, and they don't really travel outside of their area, then they should switch. I mean, why choose to pay more when they don't have to?  There are carriers that only sell phones at full price without an upgrade fee and others who offer discounted pricing (the average discount is about $400, some may be a bit less) and charge this fee. The consumer needs to do their research, see what will meet their needs and choose accordingly.
They haven't been "free" in over 3 years. And you do realize that unless paying full price, all carriers charge an upgrade fee, right? Also, the price you pay for service is just for those servi... Ver más...
They haven't been "free" in over 3 years. And you do realize that unless paying full price, all carriers charge an upgrade fee, right? Also, the price you pay for service is just for those services (call, text, data) and there are still free phones to choose from; the upgrade fee is separate from the cost of the phone. A carrier doesn't have to provide a way to get a phone or offer subsidized prices. Not saying he's wrong for asking the question, but it's been over 3 years now and people toss around the loyalty word like they are owed something. A person  pays for a service, they get that service... Unsatisfied? Go elsewhere... That's the luxury of having various companies for services and not have a monopoly - choices.
If you are in the same billing cycle where you have the overage, you can backdate a plan change and cover the data already used. If the billing cycle with the overages has already ended, you can'... Ver más...
If you are in the same billing cycle where you have the overage, you can backdate a plan change and cover the data already used. If the billing cycle with the overages has already ended, you can't backdate to cover the data used, but you'd still want to backdate to prevent proration of your data allowances which would most likely cause overages on your next bill as well.
You should get insurance too...early upgrades really don't ever happen but it's nice to see a customer get what they want after a tantrum.
Yes, they offer that feature for those traveling outside of the US, and I'm sure the $25 wasn't all inclusive. It was probably $25 up to a certain allowance, then it'd be another $25, and so on. ... See more...
Yes, they offer that feature for those traveling outside of the US, and I'm sure the $25 wasn't all inclusive. It was probably $25 up to a certain allowance, then it'd be another $25, and so on. Had you selected the correct feature, you wouldn't have the high bill that you do. Vocally, at least on here, you've accepted and admitted that it was your fault. So why should they have to cover all the charges for YOUR mistake? Yes, having such a high bill sucks, especially when you know you could have prevented it, but they are legit and they did offer to credit you 20%.
Going by your logic, anyone who makes a mistake shouldn't be held accountable. You did make the change, you messed up (admittedly) and they did give you a 20% credit towards what you rmistake cos... Ver más...
Going by your logic, anyone who makes a mistake shouldn't be held accountable. You did make the change, you messed up (admittedly) and they did give you a 20% credit towards what you rmistake cost you. They didn't have to but did. If you make the same mistake with another carrier, you'd be liable for those charges too. Loyalty is just a word people throw around when they feel they are owed something that they aren't and get crabby when they don't get it.
The only way you will really know if the Classic is a good fot for your needs is to try it. You have 14 days to return or exchange a phone if you're not satisfied.
So, you're on the VZW forum upset that the WALMART employees didn't explain things well enough to you? Next time, don't go to a third party retailer, go to a corporate store.
The upgrade fee is pretty much standard with all carriers, unless paying full retail price on a phone. It's been around for many years, over 3 years with Verizon (who was the last to implement th... Ver más...
The upgrade fee is pretty much standard with all carriers, unless paying full retail price on a phone. It's been around for many years, over 3 years with Verizon (who was the last to implement this cost).
I'm guessing they didn't get their way...
And if the price change was to increase your current charges, you'd fuss about how they are ripping current customers off by making changes to the higher pricing that the new customers pay becaus... Ver más...
And if the price change was to increase your current charges, you'd fuss about how they are ripping current customers off by making changes to the higher pricing that the new customers pay because they automatically make the change to your account. Stop passing the buck and expecting everything to be done for you. Be an active consumer and pay attention, and make the changes accordingly. You "loyal" customers are the worst, sound like spoiled, bratty children.
You would have to call in to cancel the order, there isn't any way to do it online. If you do not have your own phone, can you use someone else's or if you're staying at a hotel, use their phone?... See more...
You would have to call in to cancel the order, there isn't any way to do it online. If you do not have your own phone, can you use someone else's or if you're staying at a hotel, use their phone? If not, you can go into a corporate Verizon Wireless store and I'm sure they'd let you make a call (or make it for you) to cancel the odrer.
If you have her listed as an account manager on  your account, she can do everything except change the password or add/remove other account managers. If she setup a plan change, it would be legit... Ver más...
If you have her listed as an account manager on  your account, she can do everything except change the password or add/remove other account managers. If she setup a plan change, it would be legit and the unlimited data feature would be gone, unable to be added back on.
The message says $100 credit per line because the other $100 comes in the form of a gift card. So you'll see part of it on your bill and part will come on a VZW gift card.