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Transferring from one Verizon phone to another

Discussion in 'General Verizon Service' started by dannybat, May 20, 2006.

  1. dannybat

    dannybat New Member

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    Hi, my Samsung SCH-A670 recently broke, and I have a spare phone, a Motorloa T720. I was wondering if there was ANY method I could use to transfer the active plan on the SCH-A670 to the unactive Motorola T720. And yes, I do know Verizon doesn't have SIM cards.



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  2. Tony E!

    Tony E! \/\/ireless/\dvisor

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    you can simply call Verizon with the ESN number on your CDMA t720 or you can do it on line on the "activate phone" section.
  3. roberts1953

    roberts1953 New Member

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    Free to do online.
  4. bossdragon

    bossdragon Daderator

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    As long as the phone is CDMA and has 911 GSM capabilities, and is not on the system as being stolen or reported lost, then yes.

    If it doesn't meet all 3 of the requirements mentioned...then no you won't be able to.
  5. Tony E!

    Tony E! \/\/ireless/\dvisor

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    of course it is...



    Boss, we're not talking about the Startac here...:laugh:

    the Samsung SCH-A670 and Moto T720 are CDMA phones..

    and that would be E911 compliant, GSM has nothing to do with it unless you meant AGPS...;)
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    streetuner New Member

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