1. rhcreed's Avatar
    OK, Verizon customer, inc2, almost ready for upgrade.. here's what I want to do,

    1- save some $$ - have two phones and plan is $180 a month,
    2 - want a current device with community support or manufacturer updates,

    Thinking of getting a nexus phone, maybe throw it on a pay-as-u-go plan, I don't mind buying my own phone, if it's going to stay current and save me some $$ over the few years I have it.

    I would prefer to stay on Verizon if possible,

    Any suggestions would be appreciated, thx!

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    08-08-2012 07:47 PM
  2. still1's Avatar
    08-08-2012 08:50 PM
  3. still1's Avatar
    $180 is very expensive for two phones.... Verizon now offer shared plan and it would be cheaper than what you pay...
    08-08-2012 08:59 PM
  4. rhcreed's Avatar
    Nope,

    1 . Amazon price only for renewal :-(
    2. Verizon share plan changes my price not at all...

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    08-08-2012 09:32 PM
  5. still1's Avatar
    Nope,

    1 . Amazon price only for renewal :-(
    2. Verizon share plan changes my price not at all...

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    1. Look at it carefully.. its also for new contract or renew

    New Verizon Wireless Customers
    Individual Account
    Family Account

    Existing Verizon Wireless Customers
    Upgrade My Phone (contract extension)
    I have an individual account
    I am part of a family account

    2.Verizon share plan will reduce your price.... whats your data plan now?
    08-09-2012 01:09 AM
  6. rhcreed's Avatar
    2.Verizon share plan will reduce your price.... whats your data plan now?
    I really wish this was true, I called and walked through it with them and the change was less than $1 .

    Wish they had a pay as you go like Tmo, I use barely any data..
    08-09-2012 08:44 AM
  7. Rukbat's Avatar
    Straight Talk has a couple of Verizon phones. $45/month/phone = $90/month, half of what you're paying. Unlimited talk and text, about 2GB/month data, throttling after that.

    Or you can go with AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint (whichever is better for you) for the same price. Using AT&T's or T-Mobile's networks, you can buy any phone that will work on those networks, With Sprint and Verizon you can only use the phones that ST (or Walmart) sells.
    08-12-2012 11:18 PM
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