Questions & Answers
- QuestionI'm currently a month to month customer on Verizon with a $20 line access fee. Will getting a phone through best buy change my line access fee to $40? (5 Answers)Answers
- QuestionCan this phone be unlocked during the verizon monthly plan or any plan or no? (3 Answers)Answers
- QuestionWhat is the activation fee for this phone? (5 Answers)Answers
- QuestionIs the Moto Z Droid any better/different than the Turbo Droid overall? (1 Answer)Answers
- QuestionI'm trying to purchase this package but am having problems. I am an existing Verizon customer but when I put my information in it tells me that the account information I entered doesn't match my carrier's records? I've been with Verizon for many years?? (3 Answers)
- QuestionI just went to the Best Buy store, since I couldn't get the online registration through Verizon to work. The BB clerk stated that there's a $40 activation fee and sales tax on the full value of the phone ($670)..I didn't purchase. Does this sound right? (1 Answer)Answers
I have Verizon and got the phone last night as an upgrade. I paid taxes for the promotional price only not the full price. 20 for activation fee but that is payable to Verizon in ur first bill. So I only paid under 8 dlls in taxes.
- QuestionI am an international student here in US and this contract thing is a bit confusing to me. Can I know how much in total I have to pay for this device including all costs? can somebody please explain? (1 Answer)Answers
Usually, Device Payment Plans (DPP) are more financially sound and more convenient for some customers. The ease of getting a phone with no upfront costs (aside from Taxes, Activation Fee later down the road, and any plan changes will be added to the next months bill). The full value of the device is mentioned, just below the shipping options, tax will be based on zip code, and that's all you'll have to pay when purchasing this device with a DPP. Similar to financing a vehicle through a bank loan; Small monthly payments are accepted at a fixed interest rate (which in our case is 0% interest), allowing the phone to be gradually paid off instead of paying full retail (which is often more expensive than the full retail if doing a DPP; example: Turbo 2 is currently $20/month for 24 months, after 24 months total paid is only $480, but full price, value is $598 which is all due at the time of purchase. The benefit for customers is the convenience and for Verizon, it's keeping us on their network for as long as possible. When a promo is used in conjunction with a DPP, the full DPP value is still to be charged monthly, however the trade in value will be also spread out across the length of the term, in some instances making the device "free."
- QuestionIs this phone "Locked" to Verizon or "Unlocked"? Thanks! (5 Answers)
- QuestionI use to be on a prepaid Verizon plan. Can I buy this phone and use it on a prepaid plan? (2 Answers)
- QuestionHOW MUCH I S THE VERIZON MONTHLY SERVICE PLAN FOR THIS UNIT? (2 Answers)Answers
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