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***Announcement: Early next week, we’ll be merging the current Fios and Wireless Communities into the all new Verizon Community! Beginning the evening of Sunday 12/4, both Communities will be placed in read-only mode. You’ll still be able to visit the Communities and browse content, but login will be disabled. On the afternoon of Monday 12/5, all users will be able to log into the new Verizon Community. We expect the new Community to be fully functional the morning of Friday 12/9. Additional details can be found in the Announcements board and under Featured Topics!
How to avoid triggering TravelPass

How can I avoid unintentionally triggering a new 24-hour TravelPass and yet still see my phone's location in the event of it being lost or stolen? I've read the FAQs at Verizon's website and spoken to an agent on the phone and understand that using airplane mode is the best suggestion to avoid triggering TravelPass. The problem is that if the phone is lost or stolen and in airplane mode, I will not be able to find its location. An agent on the phone suggested that instead of using airplane mode, I just keep the cellular data and roaming turned off. But on this site, Verizon customers note that they somehow triggered unwanted TravelPass days even when data and roaming were turned off.