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One More Verizon Question-Please

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions & Site Assistance' started by Larr, Nov 24, 2009.

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    Good Afternoon!
    I'm going to have a droid by Christmas. Question is - If you sign up for a plan today, (say 450 min for 39.95) and on Dec 15, Verizon follows Tmobile and announces unlimited min for 49.95....can you change? Or are you bound for the two years???? Thanks Much!!
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    From the Verizon Wireless website:

    "Change your plan at any time with no fee or contract extension.*
    As your needs change, you can move to any current plan without paying a fee or extending your contract."
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    I have always been able to change my plan...the only trick is that they may want you to start a new two year contract everytime you change it....