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Can I Still Use A device After I Cancel The Line it is on?
ANGGRA93
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I have a Note 4 that is almost paid in full. I only use this phone for my granddaughter to play games on and never use it anymore for phone calls, texts, etc. When I pay it off, can I remove this line and still access games, videos, etc for her by connecting to wifi through my Verizon Jetpack?

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Re: Dropping Line when phone is paid off
tikibar1
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Yes, the phone will work via wi-fi for things like games and internet if you remove the line from VzW service.  I'd suggest removing the SIM card to be on the safe side once the line is removed from service.

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Re: Dropping Line when phone is paid off
Weth
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Yes you can. You must call or visit a store to cancel the line.

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Re: Dropping Line when phone is paid off
tikibar1
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Yes, the phone will work via wi-fi for things like games and internet if you remove the line from VzW service.  I'd suggest removing the SIM card to be on the safe side once the line is removed from service.

Re: Dropping Line when phone is paid off
ANGGRA93
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Thank you!

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Re: Dropping Line when phone is paid off
ANGGRA93
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Thank you!

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Re: Dropping Line when phone is paid off
mflandshark
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Yeah you can make sure to keep an eye on the data though games can take a lot of data.

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