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getting a grandfathered verizon unlimited data plan

danslam 92 13 November 30, 2015 at 11:55 AM
Hi does anyone know the current verizon rules about doing an aol on an unlimited data plan and still be able to keep the unlimited data what work?do I need a business account with an unlimited data plan... I actually called verizon aol and they tell me that it's not possible to do has anyone been successful doing it and how is it done?thanks

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Not possible. Verizon stopped this November 2014. Or maybe 2013. Either way, if you do an AOL you have to sign up for a new, current plan. And since all current plans don't have UDP any more, they killed it.
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so how are people selling these plans on eBay?
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so how are people selling these plans on eBay?
It's possible, just not easy. You already need to have a grandfathered UDP plan to be able to AOL another one (or open a subaccount). And then you need to find a CSR willing to do it. Most won't. I've heard of people having to call VZW 5 or 6 times before they can find a sympathetic rep that will do it for them.

There are also web sites dedicated to making this happen. Here is one with a good reputation:

http://www.vzwudp.com/
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