Does Verizon charge a monthly line access fee for prepaid plans?
No. If there is technically a line access fee, it is incorporated into the per line cost of the prepaid plan along with the taxes and regulatory fees.
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Hi, I understand you have just said that the pre-paid plans do not include line access fees.
But on this other thread, vzw_customer_support had said that the un-limited plans do not include line access fees.
On your website, I only see two kinds of plans, pre-paid and un-limited.
If neither of those kinds of plans includes a smartphone access fee,
then what kind of plan does include it? Why does my plan charge a fee that neither the pre-paid nor the un-limited charges?
I have only 1 line, and I have had only 1 line, and been a Verizon customer, since 2015.
Good morning, WhateverCrook. I hope you are having a great day. I also appreciate the excellent opportunity to be of assistance via this channel.
You provided great information and the answer to your question is that older plans include a line access fee as part of the plan structure. You can change your plan to a currently available plan at this link https://m.vzw.com/m/huQP and the new plan that you get will not include a line access fee.
Aside from clarifying that older plans include a line access fee and sharing a link to change your plan to avoid the line access fee, are there any other Verizon Wireless questions (https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/) that I can answer for you today?