Re: Bait & switch?

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Well the OP seems to be worried if he signs up for a plan Verizon will take that plan away. I think we both are in agreement he has nothing to worry about.

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Re: Bait & switch?

elliew
Sr. Member

Guarentee for what? You sign up for a plan, and don't like it? - switch to a different plan next week. On the other hand Verizon does not change plans once you have selected it. Ask anyone on this forum that still has unlimitted data - Vzn may limit their options but they haven't changed those plans or pricing. You are NEVER locked into a plan, so the plan details are NOT part of a contract

Your original question was (in a nut shell) what are the details of the MoreEverything 700 min plan. The answer to that question was answered in the first few responses by users who are pretty well versed in Verizons plans - yet you weren't satisfied. If you didn't want to accept these answers - why the hell did you ask in the first place.

Plan Details:

  • Talk - 700 peak (btwn 6AM-9PM) minutes nationwide calling, $0.45 min overage rate / nights and weekend, and to/from other verizon callers are free /
  • Text - Unlimitted Texting, includes international texting FROM the US
  • Data - None, $1.99 per MB usage rate
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Re: Bait & switch?

qdemon
Member

That was my plan until, as I stated, the store rep told me that the plan had been eliminated and refused to sell it to me.

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qdemon
Member

What's available now?  That's the problem.  If only someone at Verizon would tell me what is being offered, I could then choose to take it or leave it.  Why all the mystery?  It's like paying in advance for a box that may or may not be empty.

And still no one from Verizon has weighed in...

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qdemon
Member

Where did you get this information?  I can't find it anywhere and I have searched for hours.  Are you a Verizon employee?

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Tidbits
Sr. Leader

For a person who can find this forum, but not find any plans available to you is pretty amazing.  It took me only a few seconds from Verizonwireless website.

just when to shop a drop down appeared and I found these two links.

Single Line Cell Phone Plan from Verizon - Verizon Wireless

This link gives you a calculator on the bottom.

More Everything Plan - Verizon Wireless

Since taxes and fees varies by state they won't be able to give you an exact amount you'll pay per month.

When you sign up in store you'll get a receipt which is in writing of your plan.  You ALWAYS get this regardless if you are new  customer or old customer.  So if you want something in writing go to a store.

Re: Bait & switch?

qdemon
Member

And what's with the hostility?  Have we met?  Do I owe you money or something?  Why are you making this a personal assault?  Take it down a notch.  I asked a question that HAS NOT been answered definitively.  If I take your word for it, will Verizon stand by your promises?  I doubt that.  Unless you are a Verizon employee, you cannot speak for the company.  I appreciate your advice but if you really can't help, then please just move on.  No need to get ugly.

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Tidbits
Sr. Leader

Back up a minute here. I just amazed at the fact you spent hours looking for something. Seems like you took the most obscure route in your searching. Most people would find that detail over finding these forums.

Another way you could have gotten current plans is to ask a sales rep from a Verizon authorized dealer or Verizon wireless store themselves and ask for their brochure of their current plans.

Here's the problem with the internet. You will NEVER  get full translation of language because you will never get visual and verbal cues.  Never assume the worse until someone swears or starts name calling.

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Tidbits
Sr. Leader

FYI that's from Verizon themselves... When you sign up and if you do it in store you sign the contract and have 14 days to go over it. It's on your receipt the plan you signed up and everything.  So Verizon is contractually obligated at that point.

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