The document above is a memo that was sent to Verizon Wireless employees outlining the closure of the Loophole we wrote about earlier. This verifies that Verizon will indeed be closing the loophole allowing Legacy Plan subscribers to upgrade on a standard line and move that phone over to a legacy line. The memo specifically states that anyone upgrading to a smartphone regardless of whether they are on a legacy unlimited line or on a standard line would be expected to pay for a data plan for the length of the 2 year contract. The document goes on to say that those who are uncomfortable with the data package requirement could bring their own non-contracted phone or pay full price for a phone to avoid the data costs. This also verifies that the loophole will close on 8/24.