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Kyocera 7135 data plans

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Ron Dawes, Jun 11, 2004.

  1. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     



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  2. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  3. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  4. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  5. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  6. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  7. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  8. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  9. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  10. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  11. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  12. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  13. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  14. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  15. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  16. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  17. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  18. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  19. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <acv@gordol.org> wrote in message
    news:eek:0gvc0pv6un1q243e1kecrn9d8evp84jra@news20.forteinc.com
    > Previously on alt.cellular.verizon, Peter Pan said:
    >
    > ; > ; I have no idea what market you are in, and since there is no
    > ; > standard codes,
    > ; >
    > ; > I have said I'm in MA.
    > ; >
    > ; Sorry, I'm in Las Vegas, not only a different market, but a whole
    > different ; billing system!
    >
    > I can only assume then that being able to do this is also regionally
    > dependant. OTOH, I'll probably try this again with VZW in a month or
    > three.


    For me it is, and unfortunately you asked specifically, what the person at
    your local verizon store, thousands of miles away, has to type in to add
    that option to your account. I keep saying to talk to someone locally and
    find out what the code is and get it added to your account. It's the option
    codes used by the person on the phone to add options to an account that are
    market dependent, not the option itself. The option is a standard verizon
    thing that millions of people have (it was automatically added to all new
    contracts from July 15th 2003 until Dec 31st 2003), and thousands of those
    use it. Out of the thousands of other people that have and use it all the
    time, I'm sure one or more of them probably live in your area, ask em at
    www.rv.net then click on forums, then under technical resources technology
    corner, read the posted messages or post one of your own.
     
  20. Peter Pan

    Peter Pan Guest

    "TABCDEF" <tabcdef@fastmail.fm> wrote in message
    news:b4fecb99.0406152022.2a479fa8@posting.google.com
    > "Peter Pan" wrote in message news
    >
    >
    > tabcdef
    >
    > do you fly


    Yup, and I'm invisible, looking for you asleep so I can screw you in the
    butt.
     

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