Ok guys, this time I will stay on topic!!!! Since the thread title is Verizon iPhones on UDPs and/or AOLs that shouldn't be hard, eh? So everything worked out for me in the end except one of the iPhones that I kept has a dead pixel!!!!! I didn't notice it until I went to put on a screen protector. I am still within the holiday return period on the device. Here is the deal though. Obviously I got the phone when I added a new UDP line. I aborted the activation of the iP6 by activating an iP5s on the line using a different SIM card. Then I changed the number on the line and AOL'ed the line to a relative. Then my relative AOLed the line to another person with a PDI or the other person's phone on the line and the person who received the line then changed the number again to a local number where he lived. I didn't activate the iP6 until almost a month after I purchased it and the purchase date shows as the activation date in Apple's records. I want to exchange for a new device, but wondering how that would work in Apple's system. There is no way to cancel the UDP line as the phone number has now been changed twice and the line has been AOLed twice. Also since the purchase date is the activation date in Apple's system, the receipt won't match up in terms of dates although it will match up in terms of the Serial Number. I bought AppleCare+ on the device and again, the date of that is the activation date of the device, not the purchase date. What to do?