Will we be able to get the new unlimited plan?

JONSLO54
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Our family has been with Verizon for well over 11 years now.  Your are currently advertising plans for Unlimited Everything for $45.00 per line.  I realize that it's a 10 gig of data limit but, that would be perfect for our family. Given the many years we have stayed loyal customers isn't it time we got one of the many perks you give to new or existing customers.  Thank you for you time, truly considering going with a monthly plan in the near future.  J. Slocumb

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Re: Cheaper payment plans being currently advertized

tikibar1
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It averages out to $45 per line if you have four lines.  The plan is not just for new customers; you can change plans if you want.  More info. can be found here:

The new Verizon Plan Unlimited FAQs | Verizon Wireless

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tikibar1
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It averages out to $45 per line if you have four lines.  The plan is not just for new customers; you can change plans if you want.  More info. can be found here:

The new Verizon Plan Unlimited FAQs | Verizon Wireless

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Re: Cheaper payment plans being currently advertized

rcschnoor
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Are you talking about phone purchase payments or the cost of service? Normally, when Verizon is talking about "payment plans" they mean "device payment plans" when purchasing a phone.

JONSLO54 wrote:

Our family has been with Verizon for well over 11 years now. Your are currently advertising plans for Unlimited Everything for $45.00 per line. I realize that it's a 10 gig of data limit but, that would be perfect for our family.

Anyone is eligible to switch to this plan. This $45/line headline does not fully explain the breakdown of the cost to be on this plan, though. The base cost for the unlimited data is $110. You get a $10 discount on that if you have autopay via debit or check card for a cost of $100 for your data. THEN you have a $20 Line Access fee for each line which is currently out of contract. With 4 lines like the ad states, that would be total Line Access fees of $80. $100 + $80 = $180. When divided by 4 lines, that works out to $45/line. IF you have any lines currently under contract, the line access fees on THOSE lines would remain at $40/month instead of $20/month until you complete the contract on the line(s) in question, thus bringing up the AVERAGE cost/line until you complete your contract. This is ONLY for the cost of service.

If you are currently making payments on devices you chose to purchase, those payments would be ON TOP of the cost for your service.