Dropping someone from Family Plan

nshannon
Member

I have this  Plan: NATIONWIDE TLK&TXT SHARE 700 

Currently have 5 people on it.  Out of the 5, there is one that is left that has the old Unlimited deal.  One of the other people is interested in leaving the plan and getting his own with his new wife.  Will dropping someone change the original plan?  I am hesitant to do anything that will bump the one off the "unlimited".

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Re: Dropping someone from Family Plan

glitchedpixel
Sr. Member

Your plan doesn't have data, it's an added on feature. As long as you don't remove that feature or change the plan to something current which does have data as part of the plan, the unlimited stays.

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Re: Dropping someone from Family Plan

boringusername
Sr. Member

@glitchedpixel wrote:

Your plan doesn't have data, it's an added on feature. As long as you don't remove that feature or change the plan to something current which does have data as part of the plan, the unlimited stays.


Makes you wonder what Verizon has got to do to get people off the old unlimtied plans. They aren't cheaper anymore and it kind of limits the other lines if they aren't on unlimited. Nationwide talk/test for 4 lines and 1 line on unlimited and if the other 3 are on 2 GB data plans would be $260 I think and 4 lines on Above unlimted would be $240 or 1 line on Above and 3 on Go( assuming they arne't heavy data users ) would be $180

Re: Dropping someone from Family Plan

nshannon
Member

Thank you for replying.  I did speak to someone who has worked at Verizon for quite sometime and after our conversation, we don't feel that this will throw the one line out of the old Unlimited.  On a side note, he uses the crud out of it because he can.  So far it has affected or limited our use.  One by one everyone will be leaving the plan to strike out on their own and when that happens, he will curtail his use.  Again, thank you!

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