@_33 yes you can do that however it will void the warranty on the Incredible
He might want to check his account info when he gets the phone to see if they added the data plan already. There shouldn't be an activation fee for just activating a phone (only a new account).
But a call to customer service should get the Incredible activated on his wife's account, assuming a data plan is added, and his old phone reactivated on his account if it was deactivated.
VZW doesn't really care what you do with the phone once you get it. You (he) already signed up for another 2 years. Phone juggling is very common.
Ordered the Droid-Inc on the 25th and got the
-"Order Status: Your order has been processed. You should receive your order within 2 - 3 business days."- This morning. When will I get the tracking info?
hey guys, i'm still not clear on some things.
my mom and i are on two separate verizon accounts. she upgraded her line to the droid, activated it, and we switched phones so now i have the droid on my line.
i understand by doing this my warranty is now void, but i am still paying the monthly fee for insurance. am i wasting my money?
Insurance and warrenty are different. Granted we use a different insurance company then asurion, but if insurance is being paid on your account they almost have to cover you.
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First--Hi. New here.
I know this could possibly be a pointless question, but I bought my Droid in late February with a family member's upgrade. My 30-day trial is about a month or so overdue. Is there ANY sort of option or loophole in Verizon policy that would allow me get the Droid Incredible at the 2-year contract price? Last resort, I simply sell my Droid and use that towards the retail price of the Incredible, but that would leave me out $100 I used for the initial Droid purchase in February.