1. dolphinguy's Avatar
    Hey, Verizon Reps on here,can I Bill the Storm to my account? I have billed other verizon phones to my account before with no problems. On the Storm forum people say NO! I hate using my creditcard and prefer to pay my bill and phone all @ the same time. I've never been late on my Verizon Bill Ever!

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    11-15-08 02:01 AM
  2. 05RavenR6's Avatar
    That's a good question...I'd like to know the answer of that as well

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    11-15-08 02:02 AM
  3. kpxstar9's Avatar
    you can bill up to 250$ to the acct.
    11-15-08 02:03 AM
  4. ok4a56's Avatar
    you can bill up to 250$ to the acct.
    When did they change it to $250? It use to be $300. This is the way I buy all my phones. I have been able to do $300.

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    11-15-08 09:22 AM
  5. kpxstar9's Avatar
    When did they change it to $250? It use to be $300. This is the way I buy all my phones. I have been able to do $300.

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    if you wanna get technical, there is really no cap as to how much can be billed.

    we say 250 because after that, people tend to come back the next month screaming that their bill is obscenely high.
    11-15-08 01:08 PM
  6. jdnlou's Avatar
    They changed it several months back. $250 per line per bill cycle as long the account is at least 6 bill cycles old, not passed due and no security deposit is held. Business accounts have different rules.

    ...And yes, technically, the system will let us bill more than $250, but its a no-no.

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    11-15-08 04:56 PM
  7. dante13's Avatar
    So then does that mean that he can bill the storm to his account? Just wondering cause if that's possible I may do that as well
    11-15-08 05:26 PM
  8. jdnlou's Avatar
    It depends on the situation. If his account (and yours) meets the above requirements and he wants to bill $250 or less, then yes, he can bill it to the account.

    If he's paying more than $250 for the Storm (ie: full-retail cost), then no, he can't bill it all to his account. BUT....he can bill $250 of the total cost to the account.
    11-15-08 07:14 PM
  9. dante13's Avatar
    I think I meet those requirements. I also have a upgrade on my phone. So the price would be $250 but I have $50 discount on my primary line so it's actually $200. Is there any more info needed?
    11-15-08 07:23 PM
  10. jdnlou's Avatar
    I think I meet those requirements. I also have a upgrade on my phone. So the price would be $250 but I have $50 discount on my primary line so it's actually $200. Is there any more info needed?
    Nope, no other info needed. Sounds like you can bill the $199.99 plus tax to you bill.

    Don't forget that you would get a $50 mail-in-rebate too. So in the end, it would be $149.99 for the Storm for you.
    11-15-08 07:33 PM
  11. dante13's Avatar
    Nope, no other info needed. Sounds like you can bill the $199.99 plus tax to you bill.

    Don't forget that you would get a $50 mail-in-rebate too. So in the end, it would be $149.99 for the Storm for you.
    That's true but I don't count that cause you still pay the $199.99 plus tax. Lol so I just count it as $199.99 cause that's what you pay up front and get the $50 later
    11-15-08 07:40 PM
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