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Prepay account's due date
fuejo4u
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According to https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/prepaid-plans-and-service-faqs/ "If you're on a monthly prepaid plan and you don't have enough funds in your account to cover the full monthly access fee, you won't be able to use your device until you've paid the full amount of your monthly access fee." My question is, will this affect the due date of the plan, say you were able to pay the access fee 10 days after the due date? It will be unfair if it will not change the due date coz that means you will be paying for full access fee lesser number of days. This was not clarified by the Q&A's for Prepay Plans. Or will your monthly access fee will be prorated? And what happened to Pay As You Go and Daily Plans of Verizon? When did they stopped offering it?

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Re: Prepay account's due date
mama23dogs

Prepaid is very simple.   You pay, and you have service.  If you do not refill every 30 days, you will not have service on day 31.  You have no grace period, no bill, no late fees, no reconnect fees.

That’s what they mean by “...you won’t be able to use your device...”

Once you add funds to meet the refill amount of your chosen plan, your plan refills and your phone will work again.

If you a unable to refill for a few days, you will have 30 days service form the day you do refill your plan.  Prepaid does not prorate.

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Re: Prepay account's due date
mama23dogs

Prepaid is very simple.   You pay, and you have service.  If you do not refill every 30 days, you will not have service on day 31.  You have no grace period, no bill, no late fees, no reconnect fees.

That’s what they mean by “...you won’t be able to use your device...”

Once you add funds to meet the refill amount of your chosen plan, your plan refills and your phone will work again.

If you a unable to refill for a few days, you will have 30 days service form the day you do refill your plan.  Prepaid does not prorate.

Re: Prepay account's due date
mama23dogs

Verizon stopped offering daily and pay as you go plans years ago.