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I went to my local Verizon store to get a nano sim for my replacement Microsoft Lumia 735 and was charged $21. Where did I go wrong?
RIVERS_GOLF
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Is my local Verizon store not an official store?   How can I tell?  Why was I charged $21 to switch from a micro sim to a nano sim for my replacement Microsoft Lumia 735; there was no plan/account change.

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Re: I went to my local Verizon store to get a nano sim for my replacement Microsoft Lumia 735 and was charged $21. Where did I go wrong?
Weth
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You went to authorized retailer and not a corporate store. These are independent stores not owned by Verizon and they can set their own prices.  I avoid them totally.  These store always have authorized retailer in the signage.  Corporate store just say Verizon and nothing else.

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Re: I went to my local Verizon store to get a nano sim for my replacement Microsoft Lumia 735 and was charged $21. Where did I go wrong?
Weth
Sr. Leader

You went to authorized retailer and not a corporate store. These are independent stores not owned by Verizon and they can set their own prices.  I avoid them totally.  These store always have authorized retailer in the signage.  Corporate store just say Verizon and nothing else.

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