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LG VX5500 and Motorola V750
marine1983
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Will the LG vx5500 and Motorola v750 phones still work on the Verizon network today?  I have a couple current phones that are not working and they are within their two year contract so I have to change back to these older phones.

Thanks.

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Re: LG VX5500 and Motorola V750
SuzyQ
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As long as those phones have "clean" ESN's (not reported as lost or stolen or associated with a delinquent account) then they can be activated on your account.  Turn OFF the old phone(s), then dial *228 option 1 on the one  (s) yo want to activate.  You will be asked the number you are calling about - input the number you want to activate the phone for, it may ask for a billing passcode.  If you haven't already set one up, it is normally the last 4 of the account holders SSN.

You can also complete the process online through your MyVerizon account, or call customer service (800-922-0204) from a different phone.

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Re: LG VX5500 and Motorola V750
SuzyQ
Sr. Leader
Sr. Leader

As long as those phones have "clean" ESN's (not reported as lost or stolen or associated with a delinquent account) then they can be activated on your account.  Turn OFF the old phone(s), then dial *228 option 1 on the one  (s) yo want to activate.  You will be asked the number you are calling about - input the number you want to activate the phone for, it may ask for a billing passcode.  If you haven't already set one up, it is normally the last 4 of the account holders SSN.

You can also complete the process online through your MyVerizon account, or call customer service (800-922-0204) from a different phone.

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