1. Spencerdl's Avatar
    Just an FYI -- I applied my military discount without any issues to the plan so that discount is confirmed to work .
    I'm standing in my Verizon store as I type. I actually had to come into a Verizon corporate store and show my Military ID in order to get the discount again even though it was on my account before the BestBuy discount.
    02-21-2017 12:14 PM
  2. Almeuit's Avatar
    I'm standing in my Verizon store as I type. I actually had to come into a Verizon corporate store and show my Military ID in order to get the discount again even though it was on my account before the BestBuy discount.
    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...94f3763248.jpg
    I just used my @navy.mil email since I actively work for them.
    02-21-2017 12:16 PM
  3. Spencerdl's Avatar
    I just used my @navy.mil email since I actively work for them.
    Yeah, that was a little easier than what I had to do, but it all worked out in the end.
    02-21-2017 04:43 PM
  4. Almeuit's Avatar
    Yeah, that was a little easier than what I had to do, but it all worked out in the end.
    Nice! Glad you got your discount .
    02-21-2017 04:58 PM
  5. robertk328's Avatar
    Yeah, that was a little easier than what I had to do, but it all worked out in the end.
    Nice! Glad it worked!
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    02-21-2017 06:25 PM
  6. mogelijk's Avatar
    I guess I need to thank Verizon. I just signed up for T-Mobile's $100 for 2 lines of Unlimited data. In the areas I use my phone, T-Mobile is as good as Verizon, plus I can get the two lines for close to the same price as what Verizon would be for 1 (after taxes and fees).
    02-21-2017 09:19 PM
  7. robertk328's Avatar
    I guess I need to thank Verizon. I just signed up for T-Mobile's $100 for 2 lines of Unlimited data. In the areas I use my phone, T-Mobile is as good as Verizon, plus I can get the two lines for close to the same price as what Verizon would be for 1 (after taxes and fees).
    sounds like a good deal!
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    02-22-2017 04:44 AM
  8. Quis89's Avatar
    I guess I need to thank Verizon. I just signed up for T-Mobile's $100 for 2 lines of Unlimited data. In the areas I use my phone, T-Mobile is as good as Verizon, plus I can get the two lines for close to the same price as what Verizon would be for 1 (after taxes and fees).
    I wish T Mobile was as strong in my areas. I'd probably switch in a heart beat. Can't beat that price. Their inclusion of the taxes and fees into the quoted price really is a game changer. That $20 in savings for some plans can go a long way and be a real decision maker.
    02-22-2017 09:33 AM
  9. Spencerdl's Avatar
    I wish T Mobile was as strong in my areas. I'd probably switch in a heart beat. Can't beat that price. Their inclusion of the taxes and fees into the quoted price really is a game changer. That $20 in savings for some plans can go a long way and be a real decision maker.
    Same here. T-Mobile just don't have the coverage in my area that Verizon does.
    nikkisharif likes this.
    02-22-2017 09:46 AM
  10. Quis89's Avatar
    Same here. T-Mobile just don't have the coverage in my area that Verizon does.
    Exactly. And having a reliable phone is worth more to me. When I made the switch from Sprint to Verizon it was like my eyes were opened LOL.

    "Whoa! I can have service here!!!" Haha.

    Previously I couldn't even send a text from work. Now I stream like a madman lol.
    02-22-2017 09:48 AM
  11. mogelijk's Avatar
    I'm very fortunate to live just outside a city that has great T-Mobile coverage -- all the carriers have good coverage. In fact, in a test done last summer, Verizon actually tested the worst -- I believe they were in the middle of network upgrades at the time, which was causing some issues.
    02-22-2017 11:23 AM
  12. Spencerdl01's Avatar
    I'm very fortunate to live just outside a city that has great T-Mobile coverage -- all the carriers have good coverage. In fact, in a test done last summer, Verizon actually tested the worst -- I believe they were in the middle of network upgrades at the time, which was causing some issues.
    WOAH, Verizon tested the worst...I've never heard that one before. Definitely not an issue in my area of travels.
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    02-22-2017 11:28 AM
  13. Spencerdl01's Avatar
    WOAH, Verizon tested the worst...I've never heard that one before. Definitely not an issue in my area of travels.
    Not sure who/why/what Spencerdl01 is...LOL
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    02-22-2017 11:31 AM
  14. mogelijk's Avatar
    WOAH, Verizon tested the worst...I've never heard that one before. Definitely not an issue in my area of travels.
    This seems to be a competitive market for all the carriers, which makes me lucky. Most years AT&T is rated the best, which is somewhat ironic since they aren't the best for me -- of course, most of the testing is done in the city. Verizon has been second most years, though T-Mobile has been competitive the last few years. As I said, I believe Verizon was in the process of doing network upgrades last year, which hurt their scores -- I'll be curious to see how the carriers do this year.

    To give you an idea of how good we have it here, my first two speedtests with my T-Mobile Unlimited plan -- the first late last night (early this morning), the second at 11:35 am.

    02-22-2017 12:10 PM
  15. Almeuit's Avatar
    Exactly. And having a reliable phone is worth more to me. When I made the switch from Sprint to Verizon it was like my eyes were opened LOL.

    "Whoa! I can have service here!!!" Haha.

    Previously I couldn't even send a text from work. Now I stream like a madman lol.
    Yeah that is how I am right now. I had LTE everywhere in town with T-Mobile... Just like I do on Verizon but my eye opener is more on the consistent speed. Some areas with T-Mobile I could get insane speeds and others it would be 5-9 Mbps on LTE. With Verizon so far I am always near 30 and sometimes higher. It just seems very consistent in the strength.

    Luckily for me I am paying around $47 a line (I was paying $50 a line on T-Mobile) so the price is pretty much the same and I gained Verizon w/ unlimited. Win win .
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    02-22-2017 01:18 PM
  16. Ledsteplin's Avatar
    Not sure who/why/what Spencerdl01 is...LOL
    We certainly don't need another!
    02-22-2017 01:35 PM
  17. Quis89's Avatar
    This seems to be a competitive market for all the carriers, which makes me lucky. Most years AT&T is rated the best, which is somewhat ironic since they aren't the best for me -- of course, most of the testing is done in the city. Verizon has been second most years, though T-Mobile has been competitive the last few years. As I said, I believe Verizon was in the process of doing network upgrades last year, which hurt their scores -- I'll be curious to see how the carriers do this year.

    To give you an idea of how good we have it here, my first two speedtests with my T-Mobile Unlimited plan -- the first late last night (early this morning), the second at 11:35 am.
    http://www.speedtest.net/iphone/1986115036.png
    http://www.speedtest.net/iphone/1986681451.png
    Sheesh. I'm jealous.

    Yeah that is how I am right now. I had LTE everywhere in town with T-Mobile... Just like I do on Verizon but my eye opener is more on the consistent speed. Some areas with T-Mobile I could get insane speeds and others it would be 5-9 Mbps on LTE. With Verizon so far I am always near 30 and sometimes higher. It just seems very consistent in the strength.

    Luckily for me I am paying around $47 a line (I was paying $50 a line on T-Mobile) so the price is pretty much the same and I gained Verizon w/ unlimited. Win win .
    I agree. I get consistently great service and that is the most important thing for me. My wife used to complain to me daily about her Sprint coverage. Anyone who is married knows that when the wife is complaining daily...it needs to be fixed like yesterday for the sanity of all parties. Lol.
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    02-22-2017 02:01 PM
  18. robertk328's Avatar
    I wish T Mobile was as strong in my areas. I'd probably switch in a heart beat. Can't beat that price. Their inclusion of the taxes and fees into the quoted price really is a game changer. That $20 in savings for some plans can go a long way and be a real decision maker.
    Agreed. They do well here in DC but there are areas we go that I'd be afraid to have it as my only option as I'm not sure how well it would work.
    02-22-2017 07:39 PM
  19. nikkisharif's Avatar
    I'm guessing this may only be an issue in markets such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, D.C., and the like during peak hours.
    I'm in Boston with no issues!
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    02-22-2017 08:05 PM
  20. Shanicenicolle's Avatar
    I'm in Boston with no issues!
    Have you gone over 22 gigs on the new plan yet?
    02-22-2017 10:45 PM
  21. DarlaMack's Avatar
    So, just an update for those interested. I went online to pay my bill and noticed that the XL and XXL Verizon plans are now gone. Lol I'm on the XXL plan so I contacted Verizon via Twitter to find out the status on those.

    The older tiers are grandfathered and no longer publicized, as the unlimited plan has taken their place. Right now the older tiers are still available through customer service, but that may change at any time.
    Just something to think about if you plan on switching to Unlimited and then decide to switch back.
    02-23-2017 07:58 AM
  22. Quis89's Avatar
    So, just an update for those interested. I went online to pay my bill and noticed that the XL and XXL Verizon plans are now gone. Lol I'm on the XXL plan so I contacted Verizon via Twitter to find out the status on those.



    Just something to think about if you plan on switching to Unlimited and then decide to switch back.
    I would like to hope they would allow corporate discounts on the unlimited plan before they get rid of those plan options. For some, the XL would probably work better and be cheaper with discounts.
    02-23-2017 08:18 AM
  23. kazp3r17's Avatar
    Well I think I'm gonna make the switch to it today and save the 5 bucks.
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    02-23-2017 10:09 AM
  24. Lee_Bo's Avatar
    I just found out today that I can convert our corporate plan to unlimited data. Per line, the monthly fee comes out to $51 per line for smartphones. Yes, there are other metrics to the equation, but each line will average $51 a month. That's not a bad deal for unlimited data.
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    02-23-2017 10:44 AM
  25. Quis89's Avatar
    I just found out today that I can convert our corporate plan to unlimited data. Per line, the monthly fee comes out to $51 per line for smartphones. Yes, there are other metrics to the equation, but each line will average $51 a month. That's not a bad deal for unlimited data.
    Not at all. That a business account?
    Spencerdl likes this.
    02-23-2017 12:25 PM
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