Typically, if the employer is paying for it, the company policy (not Verizon policy) would dictate that they have access to everything on it. The same as a computer that is used for work.
It's typically not advisable to expect privacy on an employer provided device.
iPhone 5s is the phone type.
I'd like to know what Verizon's policy is on the subject. Say, for example, my employer calls and asks for all of my text message history. Does Verizon hand it over or not? Does it vary from company to company? If so, why?
Agreed that I shouldn't "expect" any privacy but just curious how easy it is for the employer to access the data on the phone.
The employer is already the account owner so they already have access to that information.
I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.