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Exchange and Verizon - Question

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by breakingjessica, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. breakingjessica
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    This has probably been asked and answered, but I did a search and have only found tech issues with exchange.

    I'd like to drop my blackberry that my company provides and use the droid for my company email/calendars. Now, when I first purchased the phone, the VZW rep told me it was $30 per month for the data plan, and $45 per month if I was going to be using corporate email as well. That's the only time I'd ever heard this and it's been a while since then, so I'm wondering if it was even true. For peace of mind, can someone confirm that that is not the case? Thank you!
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    The $45 "corporate email" plan is if Verizon is hosting your company email. You don't need it if your company has it's own email servers/service.
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    Awesome. Thank you very much for the quick reply!