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Is a Verizon cell phone call to another Verizon cell phone free?


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Answered 2009-08-06 21:32:03

It depends on your plan I think. But, actually. I think so.

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lets say u have a Verizon cell phone you can either call Verizon or go on Verizon's website.


IN Minutes and texts are mobile to mobile. So any call or text from one Verizon Wireless cell phone to another Verizon Wireless cell phone would be considered IN.


No, phones are programmed for the carrier, so if it was a Verizon phone, it was programmed for Verizon. It will not work on another carrier.


On a Verizon cell phone (and many others), the power button is actually the "end call" button. To turn the phone off or on, hold down the end call button.


No. My friend in Hawaii has a Verizon cell phone and we talk all the time. I use either my land line or my Verizon cell phone.


Yes, on Verizon, dial *72 then the number you want it forwarded to such as.... *72 555-555-5555 When you want the calls to no longer be forwarded, dial *73. If you don't have the phone, you can call Verizon to request this.



call your local cellphone service provider store such as sprint at&t cingular Verizon nextel... what ever you have and ask for an operater and ask them to forward it



By contacting Verizon Wireless, you can request that text messaging be disabled for your mobile line. This is possible for any cell phone used with Verizon Wireless. It is not currently possible to identify specific cell phone numbers to block on a one-off basis.


If you have call forwarding you can do this. Ask your cell phone provider if this service is available.


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Yes, That only works for cell phones though. You can not call landlines or anyother cell phone network for free. It will use your minutes if you call anyother network or a landline, but you can call any cell phone network or landline past 8:00 or on the weekends for free.


Call Forwarding allows you to forward your incoming calls to another phone number. If you don't know how to use it you can call the customer service for your phone service such as AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, etc.


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You can use a Verizon phone with another CDMA carrier (the other CDMA carriers in the US are Sprint and Alltel). However, they might refuse to activate your phone since they did not sell it.


No it wont you need to get the Verizon cell phone unlocked for the T-mobile chip to work. Look on the Internet as to how to do this.


Yes. This would be like a customer from AT&T calling a customer from Sprint, Verizon, or US Cellular.


no... they don't. I wanted that cell phone too but they don't even sell it from Verizon! Another good, free, prepaid phone from Verizon is the lg vortex and check out the lg viewetey cell phone! it's free some places and it's just like an iPhone.


I know you can check it through verizon after the call has been placed but to actually get them while the call is happening, No


Generally, No. Although if you purchase the phone unlocked, you can use it with a Verizon prepaid plan.



== == If you call the manufacturer (e.g. LG, Samsung, not Verizon), they will be able to give you instructions to reset the password.


No. The are two different cell phone service providers so mobile to mobile minutes are unavailable.


What you do is you find another phone and call your cell phone provider and ask them how to unlock your cell phone.



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