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I am switching from one family plan to another family plan with different people. Mother, and now mother-in-law. Do both parties need to be present at the store or just the party that will be assuming me as a new member of their family plan?

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Re: I am switching from one family plan to another family plan with different people.  Mother, and now mother-in-law.  Do both parties need to be present at the store or just the party that will be assuming me as a new member of their family plan?

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The information in this link may be helpful; look under Assumption of Liability, number 2:

My Verizon FAQs | Verizon Wireless

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Re: I am switching from one family plan to another family plan with different people. Mother, and now mother-in-law. Do both parties need to be present at the store or just the party that will be assuming me as a new member of their family plan?

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You need to figure out who's an account manager on each plan.  If you are one on the old plan you're set for that one, but will need someone from the new plan that is an account manager as well.  They will be able to get the approval to remove you from the old plan (if you're not one) and to add you to the new one.

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Re: I am switching from one family plan to another family plan with different people.  Mother, and now mother-in-law.  Do both parties need to be present at the store or just the party that will be assuming me as a new member of their family plan?

Sr. Leader

The information in this link may be helpful; look under Assumption of Liability, number 2:

My Verizon FAQs | Verizon Wireless

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Re: I am switching from one family plan to another family plan with different people. Mother, and now mother-in-law. Do both parties need to be present at the store or just the party that will be assuming me as a new member of their family plan?

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It would be the Account Owner not the Account Manager who is capable of authorizing Assumption of Liability transfers.

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