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pflog
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reply to TBBroadband

Re: Verizon dropping Alltel (unlimited data) customers

I think they can (and eventually will) remove unlimited data from people. If you're out of a contract, you can leave with no ETF. If you're still in a contract, they are then breaching said contract and again you can leave with no ETF. But I'm no lawyer...
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FASmith

join:2012-12-03

I apologize for the confusion, I today received mail detailing that I can in fact keep the service plan active with a new device.

During the phone call this is not what was said, and the salesperson was trying to get me to sign a new capped contract.

Now I'm guessing the answer to this is no, but I have heard Verizon allows grandfathered unlimited phone accounts to move to LTE if you pay full retail for the handset, has anyone heard of or had success doing this with a mobile broadband account?