If you check your Verizon account online, you have two addresses. One is your billing address and the other is the address for where you are using your phone. The cost of your monthly bill will vary depending on the address for WHERE you are using your phone. YOU have to change this address, it is not automatic.
My question: As you travel, do you go to your Verizon account online and change the address for where you are currently located?
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Since you can pay on-line, you really don't even need worry about a fixed address.
I'm sure they want you to have one, but it doesn't matter where it is.
More than 50% of my cell phone use is up in NYC....and the rest of the time in NC, and only have one "address" as far as they are concerned. But then again, we have Sprint.....but my neighbor works for Verizon?
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I'm fulltiming and never change my address with Verizon. Use on-line bill pay. I'm sure if they were really interested in where I am they could find out which cell towers I'm using and that I haven't used one near my domicile address in years.
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When they add the taxes and fees, etc. to the bill, is it based on your "home address" or your "current address"? If it's the "current address", I'm going to shop around for the place with the lowest add on charges and change my address
"If you check your Verizon account online, you have two addresses. One is your billing address and the other is the address for where you are using your phone. The cost of your monthly bill will vary depending on the address for WHERE you are using your phone. YOU have to change this address, it is not automatic."
I have no idea where you come up with that. Could you provide further info?
From what I see in my bill is that I pay appropriate taxes based on where my billing address is, period.
We winter in Arizona but live the rest of the year in Washington, as do a number of our friends. Some of those friends have been contacted by their cell phone service provider questioning the use of the cell phone more than 6 months out of the "home address" area. The logic given by the cell phone company was their obligations to pay taxes in the area where the phone is used "the most". Our friends assumed that meant the number of minutes in area codes other than their home address area code. Since we spent less than four months out of Washington State, we've never been contacted even though we have used far more minutes in Arizona than we had in Washington. So, the deciding factor may be the time period and not the minutes used.
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