I am very interested in doing a transfer of liability with someone who has a verizon plan with unlimited data. I can be reached by email [email protected] or phone 2013570632. Thanks so much!! :)
If a Verizon customer has 3 unlimited data phones on a family plan, is there any way for a person to transfer their line and keep the unlimited data? If not and the original owner of the plan decided they wanted to dump the plan for a subsidized phone is there a way for someone who is currently on the plan to assume the plan and let the original plan owner get a completely new one.
Thread title: (WTS/WTT)
Item Description: Verizon Unlimited Data Plan
Price:Att Unlimited Data
Carrier Locked or Unlocked?:
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Additional Info: I have a Verizon Unlimited Data Plan for trade for att data plan.
I extended my contract with Verizon when I purchased the Samsung Galaxy S3 this August (the supposed cut-off was June or July). I thought that everyone getting a new, discounted 4G phone would have to give up their unlimited data plan and be placed on a 2GB / month plan?
Offering up Verizon unlimited data plans from a grandfathered Nationwide plan. You can add on to your own Nationwide plan or have it convert to individual plans if you'd prefer. Once you take over the plan, you can change the minutes/texting to the tiers that you prefer.
The process of transferring the account is known as an Assumption of Liability (AOL).
I am planning on getting a Nexus device (or maybe even the Padfone2) when it comes out. I got the Bolt when they still had the unlimited data plan on Verizon. I know that we now need to pay the full price of the device in order to keep the unlimited plan.
Decided that my last thread title wasn't clear since I'm not really "selling" these, just giving them away :)
Offering up Verizon unlimited data plans from a grandfathered Nationwide plan. You can add on to your own Nationwide plan or have converted to individual plans if you'd prefer (has to stay Nationwide plan to retain unlimited).