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Verizon minutes/biling question.... HELP!

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by rappo, Dec 2, 2003.

  1. rappo

    rappo Junior Member
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    Now if you change plans in mid cycle because you need more minutes you will be prorated from the start of your current cycle to the current date. Any minutes you have used over that amount you will pay for at "whatever" rate. And then the new plan will kick in from there. (Crappy summary but I know you guys know what I'm saying.)

    My question is I am over my minutes. My last cly day is Dec. 6. So If I call in to change my plan on that date, they can prorate me but as of that date I will have full allowance of my minutes plan. So If I go to a higher plan on Dec. 6 to cover my over usage would it be covered or will I be charge??????????????
     
  2. NYCDru

    NYCDru Sprint Newbie
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    Location:
    NYC
    My Phone:
    Motrola V3m
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Sprint, Verizon(former), ATT(former),
    Ok..I play this game ALL THE TIME AND AM VERY GOOD AT IT.

    If you atre over your minutes already..you are screwed. Don't bother changiong now just avoid using your phone as much as you can till Friday at 9:01 pm. Text people back saying you are over your mintues. Use land lines to call people, whatever ytou have to do. Just don't use the phone during peak time.

    DON'T CHANGE YOUR PLAN NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    trust me, it will only make things worse.
     

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