Do you know if there if you are able to renew you contract before the 20 month point, and if so, WHEN!! I know they took away where you could get an upgrade and would have to sign a new contract. But what would happen if you walked into a store a year into contract and said that you wanted to renew? I also wanted to know what would be considered a government account or a major account
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I have a question, I have had a family plan with three lines with Verizon for past 8 or so years, might be alittle longer. I am the third line (but handle the account) and the only one with a smartphone Droid1. I am up for upgrade in December. BUT... I want the Droid X now... How can I go about doing this? I thought about adding a fourth line and getting the Droid X on it, if I do.. can I switch the X to my number and reactivate an older flip phone to the new number and not have to pay the data plan? I don't want to pay two data plans when only one will be used.
If you buy a phone from your friend and activate on your account, the warranty is removed because it is now "Customer provided equipment" (CPE), and Verizon will only honor warranty when proof of purchase is attached to it. This means it was bought on that account via a retailer that is authorized to sell Verizon services.
Lastly, programs like Total Equipment Coverage (TEC, 6.99/month) and Extended Warranty (1.99/month), tend to stay on an account when you throw a CPE on there, thus making the system allow a warranty replacement when you come back 3 months later with a problem. However, some reps who recognize a CPE when they see it, might not process the transaction, because technically CPE equipment can't have these services added to it unless there is a promotion.....
Which reminds me! Right now through mid-May Verizon will add on TEC to any phone you bring in, but they do inspect it first.
Last edited by MissSpiffy; 04-10-2011 at 03:03 PM.