It's a lot more then 30, more like 300-400 a month. Me and my wife use between 30-40gb a month, 20-30 if we connect to WiFi where available. We pay 10 a month each for unlimited data. I don't even think they have a package that large.Let's say that you save $30 a month on data...
Everyone just please stay on topic or I can close this down.. This thread is long in the tooth and has outlived it's usefulness anyhow..
It's been walking the line between civil & not. By all means, everyone should feel free to express their opinions, but let's keep away from attacking each other personally because those opinions differ.As long as it stays civil and stays on the general topic of Unlimited and data plans, I don't see why it needs to get shut down?
As for my $69 GNote 4... I had gone in on Tuesday and gotten a Droid Turbo for $99. It was $199, but I traded in an old GS4 and got $100 credit and the upgrade fee($30) waived. So a Turbo for $99 out the door, plus tax. I resigned my contract, which I don't mind because the price stays the same and I am not going to another carrier anyway, so what's the difference, right?
Anyway, Black Friday, the GNote 4 drops from $299 to $199. I go back, return the Turbo and tell the Mgr that I want to return it and get the GNote 4 instead now that the price is dropped. They credited the GS4 trade in and stuff over to the new phone... Then he hands me a new 8+ tablet that comes free with the new phone, and they also increased my 10GB plan to 15GB, I guess in response to some new pricing from ATT...
Anyway, he rings everything up, and my "bill" was for him to ask me if I wanted to put the $31 credit back onto the same debit card that I had purchased the Droid Turbo on...
I was like, "ummm, sure"...
So I walked out with the new GNote 4(much better phone than the Turbo, BTW), a new tablet(basic, but decent and it has XLTE), 50% more data and they paid me $31 back on my card... LOL
I mean seriously, that's a pretty good deal. haha
Exactly.. And the only lines being walked on this forum... Is me. And sanity.. Lmao..It's been walking the line between civil & not. By all means, everyone should feel free to express their opinions, but let's keep away from attacking each other personally because those opinions differ.
What works for me doesn't work for everyone else.
Sent from my Note 4
I pay $29.99 a month for my Unlimited data, someone here sounds jealous.
So, I didn't read the entire thread, but I'm assuming my question hasn't popped up yet.
So, I am currently on a family plan with my unlimited data plan. Another member on our account also got an iphone a little less than a year ago and got a $30 2GB data plan for himself. No big deal. The family plan didn't change, he just had data for himself. Now, another member of the family plan (my husband) would like a smartphone for the first time, and was planning on transfering an upgrade from another line to get a subsidized phone on a new $30 2GB data plan as well.
The problem arises when the Verizon salesperson told my husband that he would not be able to get a subsidized smartphone without converting our entire family plan to a share everything plan.
Has anyone encountered this before?
Hopefully this is a non-issue all together since the same guy who gave my husband the previous old iphone might have another one to give him. I'm just worried now for when the other 4 members in our family plan might want to update their phones... but I'll have to handle that when the time comes.Don't deal with Verizon in person, you need to order online through either Verizon or best buy. Then it's just a matter of swapping Sims and destroying new one. That's if they are same size.