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Verizon Monthly Access Fee
Verizon is up to their regular gouging of customers -this time they do not automatically apply the reduced monthly access fee for off contract phones. Called them this morning and they applied a $25 fee per phone "discount" (totaled $100 per month for me). They said you have to call in to get the "discount". How many others are not getting the reduced fee and how many that are buying the new iPhone straight out won't get it going forward? I see a large class action lawsuit in Verizon's future!
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Re: Verizon Monthly Access Fee
Just curious... I just started porting numbers (going to be a total of five) to Verizon yesterday. All off contract and I'm not purchasing any of the phones through Verizon. Am I supposed to be expecting an additional discount or is this something for someone who used to be on contract with them and are now supposed to be eligible for a discount?
Right now I'm on the 12GB plan for $80 (less a discount I get through my employer) plus $20/line. Thanks in advance!
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