Subaccounts are mostly supposed to be a workaround and not really recommend in most cases since 1 bill will be cheaper than 2 separate ones.
Only do a sublevel if someone on your account doesn't have the credit to have their own full account or if you have over 10 lines on a consumer account.
We want to make sure that you have all the details regarding sub accounts, STEDEN28. When a sub account is created, it will create basically a separate account which will have it’s own plan and bill. If you are on a share plan, you are unable to share between sub accounts and each account will have it’s own plan, which can lead to a larger bill overall. May I ask is there a particular reason that you are looking to complete this? We can help with completing the change.
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This isn't true as for nearly 2 years Verizon charged me $80 a month for my Father who had a flip phone with no internet access, but told me I had to have everyone on my family plan on the same Unlimited plan (my Mother and I had smartphones, he did not). He is a senior citizen and it was truly rediculous.
Finally after threatening to leave as a 20 year mobile customer, they offered to create a subaccount, which makes it cheaper, but is still a horrible solution for its customers.
So subaccounts can lower bills, not make it more expensive.
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