I just called to ask to upgrade my data plan using some sort of loyalty points! We are paying $125 a month for 3 phones and 2 gigs of data. And that is after a 22% discount through our employer!
My daughter is restricted from data because of us only having 2 gigs. I wanted to upgrade and add her to our data plan. It was unaffordable! I told them I have been with Verizon for 16 years. No loyalty points came up under our accounts.
My sister called in October, and got upgraded for free to Unlimited. In fact, their plan amount went down Dollar Wise. And they got free Disney something as well! She has been with Verizon far less time than me.
I have a great offer through Sprint that I am considering taking. Unless some rep here can help me specifically with unlimited data.
Do you still have phones on payments? Protection plans? I mean, It is really hard to compare your account against someone else especially if you do not have the Same exact billing. With switching to unlimited, sometimes your bill can increase or decrease depending on what plan you have, what discounts you have and how many lines you have.
You can also sign into your MyVerizon account online and compare your plan against the current plans to determine if the numbers make sense. Please be aware, the current unlimited plans don't qualify for for an employee discount. The plans listed on the website also include discount for paperless billing and autopay through a checking account or debit card. You need to factor that information into your decision.
I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.
2GB plan is $35, $27.30 if we're considering that 22% discount. Each line is $20 so 3 lines is $60 + the $27.30 or $87.30 before tax.
Start Unlimited is $45 per line for 3 with autopay or $135. If you're a first responder or military, that would take $25 off making it $110.
Neither total is this $125 so you're either leaving something out or have some crazy high tax rate.
As for the sister, you are not her. Sounds like she got a loyalty unlimited offer. This is based more than just tenure, but an algorithm that Verizon definitely isn't going to discuss openly about.