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Can I Buy A Phone Without Service

Receive up to $504 promo credit ($180 w/Welcome Unlimited, $360 w/ 5G Start, or $504 w/5G Do More, 5G Play More, 5G Get More or One Unlimited for iPhone plan (Welcome Unlimited and One Unlimited for iPhone plans can't be mixed w/other Unlimited plans; all lines on the account req'd on respective plans)) when you add a new smartphone line with your own 4G/5G smartphone on an eligible postpaid plan between 2/10/23 and 4/5/23. Promo credit applied over 36 months; promo credits end if eligibility requirements are no longer met.

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Once you have your new phone in hand, activate it simply by swapping the SIM card from your old phone into the new one, or by inserting the new SIM card you requested. If you are using an existing SIM card, it is often found in the battery compartment and looks like a small postage stamp. Simply pop or slide it out and insert it into your new phone. Then you can restore your contacts and any other files from Verizon Cloud.

You can have as many device payment agreements as the number of active lines you have on your account, as long as you don't go over your financing limits.If you go over your financing limits, you may be required to pay a security deposit when trying to add more device payment agreements to lines on your accounts.Visit the Devices page in the My Verizon app and My Verizon website for options to add lines of service on your account.

Yes. You can enroll in insurance and other device protection services to guard against loss, theft, accidental damage, and certain post-warranty defects. Learn more about our Device Protection programs.

Yes. If you voluntarily suspend service to your device (with or without billing), you still receive a monthly statement with your device payment charges. The charges are due according to the payment schedule on your device payment agreement.If your line is suspended under our Military Service Policy, you won't be billed device payments during the military suspension (limit for military suspend is 3 years and 90 days) and your payments resume when you return from military service.

Going forward, phone buyers will be expected to purchase their devices outright, either by paying in a lump sum or through monthly installments. Here, we break down exactly how these new plans differ from the old way of buying phones.

After a credit check, AT&T customers can choose between three different versions of the plan: an 18-month payment plan with an upgrade after 12 months, a 24-month plan with an upgrade after 18 months, or a 30-month plan with an upgrade after 24 months. Customers have to turn in their old phone in order to get a new phone at the time of an upgrade, or keep paying installments on the old phone to buy it outright.

T-Mobile eliminated two-year contracts long before the other carriers. It now has the most options for monthly installment plans. The access fee for smartphones is $50 for the first line, $30 for the second line and $10 for additional lines, with each line coming with 2GB of data. Additional data can be bought for individual lines in sets of 4GB for $15 each. This is different from the other carriers, which sell data in buckets that can be used by lots of different people on the same plan.

For phones not on a two-year contract, the access fee per phone line is $20 per month. Users can then buy buckets of data that can be shared among 10 devices for prices ranging from $20 per month for 1GB to $225 for 60GB.

Cellular hotspots are the easiest way to get home Wi-Fi without an internet plan. Hotspots, which get an internet connection by connecting to cellular data networks, are available from carriers like Verizon and T-Mobile on monthly service plans.

You must activate and use Google Fi in the United States (territories not included). After that, you can use Fi service internationally. We grant exceptions to military and State Department employees who serve abroad.

5G service not available in all areas. 5G service, speed, and performance depend on many factors including, but not limited to, carrier network capabilities, device configuration and capabilities, network traffic, location, signal strength, and signal obstruction. Actual results may vary. For info on Fi speeds, see our Broadband Disclosure.

No, there's no annual service contract when you sign up. We also don't charge fees if you leave Google Fi. If you buy a new device when you sign up for Google Fi and choose to pay for your device over time, the remaining monthly payments on your device are due if you leave.

Yes, you can suspend or pause your Google Fi service for up to three months. You can easily resume your service at any time. If you haven't resumed service after three months, it will automatically turn back on. Keeping Fi paused for extended periods of time is a violation of our Terms of Service.

All Fi plans come with family features that make it easier to keep your family safer on their phones and create healthy digital habits, at no extra cost. You can create a data budget to decide how much data your child can use before their data is slowed down. You can also know where your family is when they're on the go with location sharing in the Fi app. If your child uses an Android phone, you can block calls and texts from strangers and set up Family Link to set digital ground rules.

If your child uses an Android phone, you can also choose to only allow phone numbers on their contact list to call, text, and leave voicemails. You can also easily set up Family Link from the Fi app to set digital ground rules, including content filters, screen time limits, and more.

If your child uses an Android phone, you can set certain digital ground rules for your child at no additional cost by using Google Family Link. Fi makes it easy to get started with guided set up from the Fi app. When you set up Family Link for your child's account, you can guide them as they learn, play and explore online -- including managing your child's apps, keeping an eye on their screen time, remotely locking their device, and more. Learn more.

For iPhone, while iMessage will work out of the box, you'll need to update your iPhone MMS settings to send and receive texts to and from Android phones. We'll walk you through this when you set up your phone, and you may have to update these settings when you get a new version of iOS.

On Flexible, Simply Unlimited and Unlimited Plus, Google Fi does not charge any extra fees to use your phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot. You can use your phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot to share your data with any Wi-Fi-compatible device. That data will count toward your monthly usage. If you're on Simply Unlimited, you can use up to 5 GB of hotspot tethering.

Google Fi's goal is to optimize all streaming video. On Flexible, video streams at the rate determined by you and the application provider. On Simply Unlimited or Unlimited Plus, Fi attempts to optimize video by streaming at up to 480p (standard definition). Video from some content providers may not be automatically optimized on Simply Unlimited and Unlimited Plus. If you're a content provider and your video service is not automatically optimized, please contact us at

Google One is a membership that helps you get more out of Google. You can get more space for everything with 100 GB of cloud storage, as well as extra benefits to give you full peace of mind, such as automatic phone backup (including original quality photos and videos, messages and more), premium support and family sharing. As a member, you'll also get perks like discounts on Google products.

The Google Fi network also extends to 200+ countries and territories. On the Flexible and Unlimited Plus plans, you're automatically covered with data abroad at no extra charge and no advanced setup required. Phones sold on are able to get coverage from multiple carriers internationally. Additionally, for supported Pixel and Samsung phones, 5G coverage is available in select countries and territories.

On Fi, you'll get built-in privacy for your online activity. All phones on Fi get access to a VPN for a private online connection. When enabled, it encrypts your online activity when you use cellular data and Wi-Fi. On Pixel 4 and newer Pixel phones, you'll get even more peace of mind, as Fi automatically encrypts your cellular data by default.

Currently, Fi provides international 5G roaming in the following countries and territories for supported Pixel and Samsung phones: Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and United Kingdom.

You can only move between networks with a phone designed for Fi. When multiple carriers are available, Google Fi will move you to the network that our analysis shows will give you the best Fi experience at your current location, whether that is 5G (for 5G compatible phones), 4G LTE, 3G, or 2G. We're constantly learning and improving, to account for factors such as newly-built towers or newly-available radio frequencies. And if your current network is providing weak or no coverage, we'll adjust in real time to find you a stronger connection.

If you use an Android phone running Android 12 or up, you'll be connected to the W+ network when available. The W+ network uses select secure, high-quality Wi-Fi networks to improve your mobile data connection in places where cell signal has traditionally been low, like certain airports, malls and stadiums. When connected, you'll see "W+" in your network settings and top of your screen. 041b061a72


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