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Verizon Prepaid Number Portability and Converting to Post Paid
rc2007
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1. Are verizon prepaid numbers portable?  I don't plan on leaving verizon, but if I did, would I be able to keep the number?

 

2. Can I convert my account to a post paid account at a later time?  Will I be able to keep the same number?

 

3. If I move to a different area, will I be able to keep the same number, or will I be forced to get a new number with a different area code?

 

4. I'm on the 99 cent plan for each day I use my phone.  If I buy the messaging bundle, and use messaging but do not make any calls on a day, am I still charged the 99 cents for the day?  Or is the 99 cents just for days I make calls?

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Re: Verizon Prepaid Number Portability and Converting to Post Paid
Minniehaha
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1. Are verizon prepaid numbers portable?  I don't plan on leaving verizon, but if I did, would I be able to keep the number?

 Yes you can always take your number with you.

2. Can I convert my account to a post paid account at a later time?  Will I be able to keep the same number?

  Yes after having a prepaid account for 6 months you can convert it over to a contract account and keep your number.

3. If I move to a different area, will I be able to keep the same number, or will I be forced to get a new number with a different area code?

As long as  your in the Verizon calling area you can keep your number

4. I'm on the 99 cent plan for each day I use my phone.  If I buy the messaging bundle, and use messaging but do not make any calls on a day, am I still charged the 99 cents for the day?  Or is the 99 cents just for days I make calls?

No you are not charged for texting you are only charged the  99 cents when you make a call or answer  a call. So if you text every day but do not make any calls you are not charged for the 99 cents.

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