VZW Rep/General Account Questions only.

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by tylonal, Jan 24, 2010.

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  1. hypura

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    I'm not elligible for a Certified-like-new-replacement Droid 1 anymore, but my friend, who got his Droid 1 after I did is still elligible.

    Would it be possible for him to activate my old beat-up Droid under his account, and get a CLNR for me? Does Verizon keep track of Serial numbers for our phones to prevent this? Thanks a bunch to any verizon reps who can answer back.
     
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    oh yeah, once you activate yours on his it will say CE(customer provided equipment) and that will void the warrantee
     
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    Ah, dang. Thanks for preventing the trouble I almost went through.
     
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    What's your personal procedure when given a rooted phone for a hardware problem?

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    Try to fix it

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    haha.

    But seriously. I have two people on a family plan that wish to get off of it now because of where they moved to. They have bad service since its way out in the sticks and want to change to something else that they know works out there (US Cellular) They are in 1 year of the two year contract. The etf would be 115 right now. Will customer service, verizon, or whoever let you pay the etf in payments? 115 isnt that much, but then again it is when you include all other bills too, it is. If you can make payments, do you have any estimate of what they might be? Im sure if they could do 2 months it would be no problem. Thanks a bunch.
     
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    Do an assumption of liability. Basically find someone to take ownership of the lines. There is no early termination fee. Great way to save money and no penalty.

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    So that works for anyone? I didnt realize thats how it worked, though i never really read much up on it. I could def do it that way. That would be really nice. Appreciate the answer, thanks!
     
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    Requirements are... must be 18, account can't be past due. Account owner calls customer service and gives "AOL Authorization." Account owner must read customer agreement found at bottom of VZW.com before authorization. After authorization is done. The person assuming the line(s) calls in and takes over the line. Only thing that does not transfer over to the new account is the manufacturer warrantee.

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    We just did this in transferring my wife's (we just got married) line over to my account. It was previously on her parents' family plan.
     
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    Here's my situation: girlfriend previously had a 3g card and POS phone and no internet available at her house. She got a Droid X a while back and Qwest now has high speed internet available for her at the house. She set that up and now has NO NEED for a 3g card at all. I am doing an AOL to get her on to my account since we are moving in together and whatnot, but don't want to continue paying $60/mo for a never used 3g card. What is your suggestion on how to best get rid of the 3g card without incurring a huge ETF?
     
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    I would try to see if someone could do an AOL for the card. It's about the only way to get around the ETF.

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