This is the exact reason I'm switching back to Sprint when my contract is up - no double dipping, unlimited means unlimited, my data plan included everything, and they don't lock down the phones ... Ver más...
This is the exact reason I'm switching back to Sprint when my contract is up - no double dipping, unlimited means unlimited, my data plan included everything, and they don't lock down the phones making them semi-useless.
Unlimited text for Verizon only includes other Verizon customers, the "plus 500" is for non-verizon customers. Unfortunately Verizon thinks even phones that are on my plan are non-Verizon phones ... Ver más...
Unlimited text for Verizon only includes other Verizon customers, the "plus 500" is for non-verizon customers. Unfortunately Verizon thinks even phones that are on my plan are non-Verizon phones and as a result I'm getting raped with overage fees. Additionally, the sales person I spoke to yesterday assures me that ANY VERIZON PHONE counts as free for the Unlimited texting plan - however I'm finding that ANY text to ANY phone counts as one of the 500 off-network texts and NONE of the texts count as part of the unlimited plan.
I have 4 phones on my plan, my daughters phone has unlimited text plus 500 - yet every text she sends or recieves counts against her 500 out of network texts - even though a majority of them are ... Ver más...
I have 4 phones on my plan, my daughters phone has unlimited text plus 500 - yet every text she sends or recieves counts against her 500 out of network texts - even though a majority of them are from the other 3 phones on our plan. Right now it shows that she has used 388 of her 500 out of network texts and the detailed usage clearly shows close to 300 of these are in network and mostly from one of our other phones. I'm getting a little tired of being ripped off with these huge overages on every bill because I'm being charged for text messages that are supposed to be part of the "Unlimited" package. When I had the unlimited package from Sprint it was exactly that - unlimited no matter what carrier; I can't even get Verizon to honor their misnamed version of Unlimited.