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Why am I paying a monthly 'rental' fee?
kawk
Member

I purchased both a router and a jetpack. Please note the word purchased. Why then am I paying $20.00 a month for each device?

This cost is above what I pay for my data plan. After purchasing the two devices, I feel I am paying a monthly rental fee.

Am I missing something?

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Re: If I purchased my router, why do I feel I am also paying a monthly 'rental' fee?
vzw_customer_support
Customer Support

kawk,

Allow us to clear the air. Ultimately, although you paid for the devices, the $20 a month for each is a line acccess fee for the service to use Verizon Wireless.

EvanO_VZW

Follow us on twitter @VZWSupport

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Re: If I purchased my router, why do I feel I am also paying a monthly 'rental' fee?
vzw_customer_support
Customer Support

kawk,

Allow us to clear the air. Ultimately, although you paid for the devices, the $20 a month for each is a line acccess fee for the service to use Verizon Wireless.

EvanO_VZW

Follow us on twitter @VZWSupport

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