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MaulRx

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Aug 27, 2012
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Is it permissible for me to sell a Verizon iPad Pro that I still owe money with them? I recently received a new one and would like to sell my cellular model to pay off what's left on the payment plan.
 

Geekbabe

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Nov 20, 2011
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I am a vzw customer & the only way I would buy your iPad is if we met at the store and you paid the balance off in person. People want clean devices, free of outstanding payment obligations.
 

sigomez

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Jul 21, 2009
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From my understanding you can sell it as long as the account remains current with Verizon.

I while back I cancelled my service with them, sold my iPhone and didn't pay it off for another month. The buyer didn't have any issues whatsoever and never even had a clue it was still under verizons payment plan.
 

eltoslightfoot

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Feb 25, 2011
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By cancelling your service, you had to pay the device off. I don't know how else that would have happened.

Oh okay, I see what you said. So they actually let you cancel your service entirely without paying your phone off? I find that very hard to believe. They made it abundantly clear that I would be responsible for paying the balance of the phone if I canceled service.
 

bensisko

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Jul 24, 2002
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Yep. I had an iPad Mini 2 on "the plan". I paid the outstanding balance before selling it.
I knew the person I was selling it to, so I left the data active for a month before they activated it on their account.

Watch out though... Verizon is pretty terrible about deactivating devices. They have sometching where you can suspend a device, which is usually what they end up doing- then I have to call them two more times before it's finally off my account.
 
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