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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Bacong, Mar 21, 2011.
Can anyone let me know how that works?
It was my understanding that they weren't offering that as an option for the iPhone
To my understanding you buy the iPhone for $599 or whatever the price is and its like a prepaid plan. You pay every month and if you skip a month they turn your phone off, you can cancel anytime without getting a fee.
From the Verizon Wireless Site:
How Prepaid Monthly Plans Work:
Make sure your Monthly Access is paid in full before the renewal date to get your monthly minutes. You can make additional payments any time.
If you use all your minutes during the month, you can pay for extra minutes or texts with any leftover balance.
As long as there's enough in your account to cover your Monthly Access, your minutes will renew on the same date every month.
You can make payments using a credit, debit or Refill Card or by signing up for Auto Pay.
Payment expirations (once applied to the account):
$15 - $29.99 = 30 days
$30 - $74.99 = 90 days
$75 - $99.99 = 180 days
$100 or more = 365 days
How long will they hold my #?
If you let your account lapse, there are no guarantees you can get that number back. It is what they call incentive.
Have you thought about callin Verizon and asking?
Went up to the Verizon store today and talked to one of the associates. There's a 16 GB iPhone and an otterbox on hold for me
People think it's easier to ask a forum
Verizon store was closed when I made this thread, chief.
Good to know, didn't know Verizon was letting this happen.
Yeah I'm pretty excited about it, I hate signing agreements.