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putting your number on its own plan
zachm89
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i am on a family plan and want to know how i can put my phone on its own plan and not be part of the family plan anymore

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Re: putting your number on its own plan
tikibar1
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You'll need to do an Assumption of Liability; several threads on this forum about it if you want to do a search.

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rcschnoor
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Contact Verizon and ask to do just that. The easiest way would be to go into a Verizon store. You will most likely need to have the account owner with you to release your number to a new account.

Depending on your credit history, you may have to leave a security deposit for your line.

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vzw_customer_support
Customer Support

@zachm89
It sounds as though you want to become independent from the family plan you're currently a part of!  I would love to provide more information on the process of assuming liability of your line.  http://bit.ly/RI6Tyh  Let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.  Thanks!

AnthonyTa_VZW
VZW Support
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