|Nov 11, 2012, 12:18 PM||#1|
Quesion on data service plans.
My wife and I are currently have Verizon iPhone's, a 4S and 4 with unlimited data plans. My wife and I are due for upgrades this December. My question is, am I grandfathered in with unlimited LTE data if I buy the iPhone 5 with a new contract? If not, if my wife buys the new iPhone 5 and signs a new contract with a tiered data plan, can she transfer the iPhone 5 to me and will I be able to keep the unlimited data with LTE since I wouldn't technically be signing a new contract (I use much more data than she does)? And I give her my iPhone 4s.
Sorry if it seems confusing. Thanks!
|Nov 11, 2012, 12:40 PM||#2|
Yes, you can use your wife's upgrade to do retain your unlimited data plan.
If you upgrade with your own line, you will lose said data plan.
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