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    Registered User Expidia's Avatar
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    ? on Verizon minutes with modem.

    I called Verizon and just wanted to double check their answer here.

    Afterall, their sales people in the stores are so knowledgable (Duh, what's the 7135, I ain't never seen one of those?)
    So I'm sure I can trust their customer service people to answer this question correctly.

    My question is: when I'm in a hotel room and using the 7135 as a modem with my laptop to access the internet and my plan says free nights and weekends . . . does that mean I can use it for as long as I want without using up my minutes from my 400 min a month plan, during those unlimited hours. When I was a Sprint customer and used the 6035 as a modem, I had to paid an x-tra $10 a month to access their network and I was using up my minutes whatever time I was calling, even though I had unlimited weekend use. I had to get a 3000 min a month plan because of this.
    So the Verizon support person (this one even spoke "broken" English real well) said its free to use on weekends with the modem.
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    I assume you mean 14.4 data. If so, yes, for VZ it comes out of whatever current bucket (peak/offpeak) your voice calls come out of.

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    Registered User Expidia's Avatar
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    Thanks Kliuless.
    Palm III, V>6035>7135>6035>650>700p>755p (on Vzn), Palm's BT Treo Hdset,

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