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HELP with ESN change

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by aznmp3, Jul 27, 2003.

  1. aznmp3

    aznmp3 Junior Member
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    I just received a phone from my relative. I wanted to swap the ESNs (Verizon phone); however, Verizon was annoying me like hell! I called them and requested for ESN change and they told me that someone owns this phone. I know who owns it... They don't trust me.... GRRRR How can I get my esn swap?
     
  2. ceric20

    ceric20 Junior Member
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    You can change your ESN on the verizon web page now. Log into your account on there page and there is a link,
     
  3. aznmp3

    aznmp3 Junior Member
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    Is there an online FREEUP ESN change site?
     
  4. GoodmanR

    GoodmanR Silver Senior Member
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    is the phone still registered on the persons account who gave you the phone. if it is then no you cant use it.

    otherwise they wouldnt have told you that. so he has to give them a new esn before you can use the phone.
     
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  5. bobolito

    bobolito Diamond Senior Member
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    Ask your relative to call Verizon and tell them he/she is no longer using that phone. Then, you should be able to change your ESN.
     
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