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Additionally line fees
BrownSugar67
Novice

It would be nice if Verizon would get rid off the line access fees. If you have device payment and share device fees. I do believe Verizon could do a little better buy there customers. 

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Tigerstep
Sr. Member

They do, it's bundled in the unlimited plans. Plans with shared data are actually transparent about it vs hiding it in a single charge.

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vzw_customer_support
Customer Support

Times are challenging and the last thing we want is to break the bank, BrownSugar67. Line Access fees are charged when you have a Shared Family Plan. Good news is that our new Mix & Match Unlimited Plans don't have Line Access Fees since each line is paying for their own Unlimited Plan. I've included a link that will provide more information about our new plans. https://www.verizonwireless.com/plans/unlimited/ Let us know if you have any questions, please.

VictorC_VZW

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BrownSugar67
Novice

I would cost me a lot more with your new plan. The shared line fees a hidden the cost of the new plans. If customers really look at the new plans their not really saving anything. Its costing them more money. 

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