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« on: August 10, 2014, 09:00:26 pm »

Verizon may be about to close a loophole for its remaining unlimited data users

<div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even" property="content:encoded"><p><a href='http://www.imore.com/verizon-may-be-about-close-loophole-its-remaining-unlimited-data-users' title="Verizon may be about to close a loophole for its remaining unlimited data users"><img src='http://www.imore.com/sites/imore.com/files/styles/large_wm_blw/public/field/image/2014/05/verizon_lte_iphone_0.JPG?itok=K0XQVNAt' />[/url]</p> <p>A new rumor claims Verizon Wireless is about to close a loophole that some of its grandfathered unlimited customers have used to continue to get that plan, even though Verizon stopped offering such a service for its new subscribers a few years ago.</p> <!--break--> <p>Droid-life.com, citing unnamed sources, claims that on August 24, Verizon will require that its current subscribers who upgrade or activate a new smartphone on a two year contract to keep their selected data package for the length of their contract. This is apparently an effort to end a loophole that had previously allowed customers who had a grandfathered unlimited plan to upgrade a line for a feature phone to a new and discounted smartphone. The report claims customers could then move that smartphone over to their grandfathered unlimited line, while still keeping the $9.99 per month feature phone line price tag.</p> <p>Keep in mind that this loophole shutdown has not yet been confirmed by Verizon. The company's customers who still have that old unlimited line can keep it if they get a non-contract phone or if they pay full price for a new smartphone. What do you think of Verizon possibly shutting down this backdoor for its remaining unlimited data users?</p> <p>Source: Droid-Life.com</p> </div></div></div><div id="comment-wrapper-nid-26262"></div><img width='1' height='1' src='http://tipb.com.feedsportal.com/c/33998/f/616881/s/3d5c409e/sc/28/mf.gif' border='0'/><br clear='all'/>

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