1. jen2004's Avatar
    I am thinking of buying the Storm2 with bogo. My question is, if you go to the Verizon store, are they able to charge to your Verizon account that way I can pay at the end of next month and have the rebates by then?
    10-29-09 06:44 PM
  2. Butthead007's Avatar
    Yes, you can up to $250 per line.
    10-29-09 06:45 PM
  3. lastraid's Avatar
    Yes they can, up to $250 per line of service on the account. Unless you have restrcitions do to past payment history.
    10-29-09 06:46 PM
  4. djackson02's Avatar
    like stated yes upto $250 I charged accessories to mine yesterday
    10-30-09 03:47 PM
  5. cenloe's Avatar
    Yep, it usually isnt an issue-unless your payment history is less than desirable, like Lastraid stated.
    10-30-09 03:51 PM
  6. sho95's Avatar
    Actually it all depend on your account you have and payment history. Like for me I get around 700.
    10-30-09 10:32 PM
  7. gotblackberry's Avatar
    This policy recently changed. It used to be up $250 per line and that's it. Each line could not go over even $250 even if the total amount was less than $250 per line. (i.e. you have two lines, want to bill $300 to one line you could not do it). Now, each line, is like have a $250 line of credit. So if you have 2 lines you can bill $500 to one line.

    The system will not let you bill to account if you're past due with a balance greater than $25, if you've been suspended for non-pay in the last six months, or if you've been with Verizon Wireless less than six months, or cash only customers.
    10-30-09 10:39 PM
  8. sho95's Avatar
    This policy recently changed. It used to be up $250 per line and that's it. Each line could not go over even $250 even if the total amount was less than $250 per line. (i.e. you have two lines, want to bill $300 to one line you could not do it). Now, each line, is like have a $250 line of credit. So if you have 2 lines you can bill $500 to one line.

    The system will not let you bill to account if you're past due with a balance greater than $25, if you've been suspended for non-pay in the last six months, or if you've been with Verizon Wireless less than six months, or cash only customers.
    Great explanation

    Thanks.
    10-30-09 10:53 PM
  9. molands72's Avatar
    never knew about this thanks
    10-31-09 03:42 AM
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