Add a data block to his phone and he wont be able to use AIM. best way is to add a national access block to his line, it blocks all data including picture messages.
Couldn't have said it better myself.
But you could have said it better:
Ignorance is a disease.
Knowledge is the cure.
Education is the treatment.Kudos! Thanks!
You could have said - yes, dear hapless customer, and this is how you actually put a DATA BLOCK on your
phone. That would have been really helpful.
In other words: If you have the "cure" handy, then provide it !!
If you had any idea how absurdly complicated and unintuitive this Verizon website is to the
average customer, you would help them.
Buubye!Message Edited by WendyM on 08-15-2009 09:13 PM
Now, if you would next time explain HOW one goes about adding a DATA BLOCK or NATIONAL ACCESS BLOCK
to a phone, then your message would actually be helpful to the questioner and to others.
Call Customer Service and ask for the National Data Block. Or Go to MyVerizon, Overview Page, Self Service Options, Add and Remove Features - and block all web usage, premium texting, downloads, and other stuff from there.