It was only June earlier this year that Verizon Wireless updated its Verizon Edge plans. But it appears that the carrier is about to make changes to its Edge plans yet again, as well as adjusting the prices for its More Everything plans. As reported by Droid Life, beginning Thursday, October 16th, Verizon will prolong the repayment period for its Verizon Edge plans from 20 months to 24 months. This means customers under these plans will be required lesser monthly repayments, albeit it will take them longer to finally own their device. To be ready to upgrade, you must have paid off a minimum of 75 percent of the full cost of your handset (increased from the previous 60 percent minimum requirement). It appears that you will still be allowed to upgrade on Verizon Edge any time after 30 days, as long as you have paid the minimum required amount. Or, you can complete the required number of repayments and upgrade after 18 months.
Most American homes still have a traditional wired land-line phone, and most of these households also have cell phone accounts. If you'd like to cut the cost of the wired home phone, last year Verizon Wireless introduced the Home Phone Connect that lets you do just that. Now Verizon has a new version of the Home Phone Connect that delivers the same features in a much smaller package.
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