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switching between phones?

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by speedlever, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     



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  2. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  3. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  4. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  5. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  6. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  7. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  8. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  9. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  10. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  11. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  12. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  13. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  14. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  15. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  16. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  17. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  18. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  19. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     
  20. Jim K

    Jim K Guest

    speedlever wrote:

    > Will a disabled phone allow a *228 before being activated?
    >
    >

    Probably not. However, you could reactivate the old phone, update the
    PRL before you leave, and switch back to the new phone. I think there
    might be a limit of 3 ESN changes per day, so that's something to watch
    out for.
     

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