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freezing account with verizon?

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Josh Grameson, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    can only be done once each year.


    "Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    > Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >
    > My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    moving
    > back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    > quite a while longer again.
    >
    > -Eric
    >
    > "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    > currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    > > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    > > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    > > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    > > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    > > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    > > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    > >
    > > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.

    >
    >
     



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  2. I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    can only be done once each year.


    "Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    > Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >
    > My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    moving
    > back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    > quite a while longer again.
    >
    > -Eric
    >
    > "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    > currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    > > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    > > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    > > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    > > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    > > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    > > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    > >
    > > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.

    >
    >
     
  3. I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    can only be done once each year.


    "Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    > Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >
    > My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    moving
    > back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    > quite a while longer again.
    >
    > -Eric
    >
    > "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    > currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    > > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    > > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    > > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    > > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    > > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    > > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    > >
    > > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.

    >
    >
     
  4. I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    can only be done once each year.


    "Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    > Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >
    > My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    moving
    > back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    > quite a while longer again.
    >
    > -Eric
    >
    > "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    > currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    > > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    > > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    > > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    > > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    > > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    > > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    > >
    > > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.

    >
    >
     
  5. I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    can only be done once each year.


    "Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    > Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >
    > My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    moving
    > back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    > quite a while longer again.
    >
    > -Eric
    >
    > "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    > currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    > > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    > > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    > > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    > > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    > > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    > > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    > >
    > > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.

    >
    >
     
  6. I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    can only be done once each year.


    "Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    > Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >
    > My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    moving
    > back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    > quite a while longer again.
    >
    > -Eric
    >
    > "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    > currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    > > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    > > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    > > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    > > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    > > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    > > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    > >
    > > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.

    >
    >
     
  7. I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    can only be done once each year.


    "Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    > Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >
    > My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    moving
    > back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    > quite a while longer again.
    >
    > -Eric
    >
    > "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    > currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    > > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    > > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    > > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    > > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    > > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    > > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    > >
    > > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.

    >
    >
     
  8. I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    can only be done once each year.


    "Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    > Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >
    > My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    moving
    > back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    > quite a while longer again.
    >
    > -Eric
    >
    > "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    > currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    > > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    > > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    > > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    > > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    > > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    > > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    > >
    > > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.

    >
    >
     
  9. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  10. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  11. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  12. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  13. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  14. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  15. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  16. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  17. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  18. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  19. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     
  20. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <QFSzc.6701657$iA2.759374@news.easynews.com>,
    Josh Grameson <moon248@borderlessgroup.com> wrote:
    >I spoke to Verizon last night, and the salesman told me that it cost $10 per
    >phone per month to freeze, can freeze up to 6 months, and he thought this
    >can only be done once each year.
    >
    >"Eric Rosenberry" <erics@R3MOVErosenberry.org> wrote in message
    >news:HaudneqUucxiQ1LdRVn-hA@comcast.com...
    >> Anybody know how often you can suspend it for 90 days?
    >>
    >> My father just signed up for a 2 year contract as he was planning on

    >moving
    >> back here to the USA, but then he found out he may be living overseas for
    >> quite a while longer again.
    >>
    >> -Eric
    >>
    >> "CharlesH" <hoch@exemplary.invalid> wrote in message > One of my phones is
    >> currently in suspended state. They will suspend a
    >> > number for up to 90 days. You will be charged $15 for the suspension,
    >> > but the number will not incur any monthly charge in that interval,
    >> > not even the usual "fees". After the specified interval, the number is
    >> > automatically reactivated. My understanding w/r/t contract, is that the
    >> > contract will be extended by the duration of the suspension. (My phone
    >> > is not under contract, so this provision doesn't apply to me.)
    >> >
    >> > Vacation suspension is one of the intended uses of this feature.


    May be market dependent. I was told that I could do the 3-month suspension
    twice a year. In my region (SF Bay Area of California), I have done the
    90-day suspension twice. A $15 charge appeared up front, no charges for
    the three months, and then the service and the usual charges resumed.

    I specifically asked for a vacation suspension, if that makes any
    difference.
     

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