You’re dissatisfied with T-service Mobile’s and want to switch. Verizon has the largest nationwide network, and some speed tests have revealed that their 4G LTE is faster than T-low-band Mobile’s 5G.
In this article, I’ll show you how to make the switch from T-Mobile to Verizon! So, please stay with me.
WHY SWITCH FROM T-MOBILE TO VERIZON?
Customers frequently switch because they are paying too much for their current plan. This can be aggravating, and with so many coverage options available, we should only pay for what we actually require. Verizon can assist you in ensuring that you are not overpaying for high-quality coverage.
Verizon recently changed the structure of some of their prepaid plans in order to reward customers who have been with the company for several months. After three months, the price of Verizon Prepaid plans drops by $5 per month, followed by another $5 per month after nine months.
This means you can get the 5 GB Prepaid plan, which is one of our favorite cell phone plans, for as little as $25 per month. That’s a fantastic deal.
Verizon is consistently ranked first among wireless carriers in terms of coverage. Some of their more premium plans also include a number of perks, such as a free Apple music subscription, that you may prefer to T-perks. Mobile’s Check out our wireless coverage maps before making the switch to ensure Verizon has good service where you live.
WHAT SHOULD YOU LOOK FOR BEFORE SWITCHING CELL PHONE CARRIERS?
You must first prepare before taking the first step. This way, you’ll know exactly what you’re getting yourself into and there won’t be any surprises. Preparation will also make the entire transition process much faster and smoother.
1. RESEARCH WHAT PROVIDER YOU WANT TO USE
The first step is to determine which provider you want to change to. In this case, you have made the decision to switch to Verizon. Learn about the provider’s prices, plans, data, coverage, and other services.
Check to see if Verizon provides the same or better coverage in your area than your previous provider. T-coverage Mobile’s map is available at t-mobile.com/coverage/coverage-map, and Verizon’s coverage map is available at verizon.com/coverage-map. Visit verizon.com to learn everything you need to know about Verizon.
2. GATHER ALL OF YOUR INFORMATION
Now that you’ve decided which provider to use and why, it’s time to gather all of the information you’ll need during the transfer process.
Having this information will make the process much faster and less painful. Among the details are:
- Your name and mailing address
- Your bank account number (located on your bill)
- Your PIN or password
- The IMEI or ESN number of your phone (usually located on the back of the phone or under the battery)
- Also, make a backup of your phone’s data.
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3. CONTACT YOUR NEW SERVICE PROVIDER
It’s finally time to make the switch official. It is as simple as contacting your new service provider to change your mobile service provider. You can make the switch via their official website, phone, or in-store.
Many customers believe that simply going to the store is the best option because an expert will walk you through the process and it will take no time or trouble to make the switch.
When you activate your new service, the old one should be automatically deactivated. However, it is best to check with your previous provider. They will also notify you if any early termination fees apply.
4. ASK ABOUT KEEPING YOUR OLD NUMBER
Choose whether you want to keep your current phone number or get a new one. You can keep your old phone number if you want to. Furthermore, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) prohibits any phone company from refusing to allow you to keep your old number.
However, because the new carrier has the right to refuse your old number, you should first check with them. If you want to add your phone number to a family plan, the account holder must approve the new line with your phone number.
More information about transferring your number to Verizon can be found at verizon.com/support/local-number-portability-faqs.
5. DECIDE IF YOU WANT TO KEEP YOUR OLD PHONE OR TRADE IT IN
When switching to Verizon, you will have two options: bring your old device or buy a new one. If you recently purchased your current phone or if you are satisfied with it in general, you may want to keep it.
However, if you’re looking for a great deal on a new mobile device, this is it. Verizon lets you buy new devices, pre-owned devices, and trade in your old ones.
6. CHECK YOUR PHONE COMPATIBILITY
If you decide to keep your old mobile device, you must ensure that it is compatible. The device you want to use with a new carrier must be unlocked and compatible with their services.
If you want to switch to Verizon, you can find out if your phone is compatible by visiting What Phones Are Compatible With Verizon.
HOW TO SWITCH FROM T-MOBILE TO VERIZON AND KEEP YOUR OLD PHONE?
Switching from T-Mobile to Verizon and keeping your current phone is simple because Verizon has a Bring Your Own Phone (BYOP) program that allows customers to bring their own devices.
Before making the switch to Verizon, ensure that the phone you intend to bring is unlocked and compatible with Verizon’s network and services.
Most T-Mobile (and most other carriers’) mobile devices are locked to their network and services in order to prevent theft and fraud. However, if your device is eligible for unlocking, the carrier will unlock it.
T-unlock Mobile’s eligibility requirements include the device being paid in full, purchased from T-Mobile, and not having been reported lost, stolen, or otherwise flagged ineligible. T-complete Mobile’s list of unlock eligibility requirements can be found at How To Unlock T-Mobile Phone and How to Unlock Verizon Phone Easily.
Once your phone has been unlocked (or confirmed to be unlocked), you must ensure that it is compatible with Verizon’s network and services. By clicking ‘Check Compatibility’ on verizon.com/bring-your-own-device/, you can see if the phone is eligible.
You’ll be asked to enter your phone’s IMEI or ESN number, and the system will tell you whether or not it’s compatible in a matter of seconds.
You can now proceed with the process if your phone is both unlocked and compatible with Verizon’s services. To officially bring your device to Verizon, simply follow the instructions at verizon.com/bring-your-own-device or visit a Verizon store, where an expert will walk you through the process.
WHICH VERIZON PLAN SHOULD YOU SWITCH TO?
Verizon offers a wide range of plans, and you should choose the one that best meets your budget, data, and other requirements. Verizon currently offers the following mobile plans:
- Begin with an Unlimited plan that includes unlimited talk, text, and data. It includes subscriptions to Disney+, Discovery+, Apple Arcade, Google Play Pass, and Apple Music (6 months free of charge). The cost is determined by the number of lines required (from $30 for 5+ lines to $70 for 1 line).
- With the Play More Unlimited plan, you get unlimited talk, text, and data. It includes Premium network access, 4G LTE data, an unlimited mobile hotspot, 15 GB of 5G nationwide coverage, Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ subscriptions (permanently free), Discover+, Apple Arcade, and Google Play Pass subscriptions (12 months free), and Apple Music (6 months free of charge). The cost is determined by the number of lines required (from $40 for 5+ lines to $80 for 1 line).
- Do More Unlimited is a plan that includes unlimited talk, text, and data. It includes Premium network access, 4G LTE data, an unlimited mobile hotspot, 15 GB of 5G nationwide, Disney+, Discovery+, Apple Arcade, Google Play Pass, and Apple Music subscriptions (6 months free), 600 GB of Verizon cloud storage, and a 50% discount on unlimited connected device plans. The cost is determined by the number of lines required (from $40 for 5+ lines to $80 for 1 line).
- Get the More Unlimited plan, which includes unlimited talk, text, and data. It includes Premium network access, 4G LTE data, unlimited mobile hotspot, 30 GB of 5G nationwide, Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, and Apple Music subscriptions (permanently free), Discover+, Apple Arcade, and Google Play Pass subscriptions (12 months free), 600 GB of Verizon cloud storage, and a 50% discount on unlimited connected device plans. The cost is determined by the number of lines required (from $50 for 5+ lines to $90 for 1 line).
- Just Kids offers unlimited talk and text for up to 20 contacts, as well as 5Mbps data. It includes parental controls as well as location tracking for up to 20 contacts. The cost is determined by the number of lines required (from $25 for 5+ lines to $50 for 2 lines, which is the minimum required number of plans, as one plan must be unlimited).
Verizon also provides prepaid plans, plans for connected devices, plans for basic phones, shared plans, international plans, home plans, discounted plans for military, nurses, first responders, teachers, and students, and much more.
Visit verizon.com/plans to learn more about Verizon’s plans and find the one that best meets your needs.
Switching carriers can be a difficult process, but we hope this article provided you with the assistance you required.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I switch from T-Mobile to Verizon?
Verizon will not charge you to transfer your number, and your old phone will continue to function during the process. If you want to switch to Verizon and bring your own device, make sure it supports the Verizon Wireless network. If this is the case, you may be eligible for a $250 rebate.
Is it worthwhile to switch from T-Mobile to Verizon?
When should you choose between Verizon and T-Mobile? T-Mobile is the best option for those on a tight budget. T-Mobile offers lower-cost unlimited plans than Verizon at all service levels. Verizon is actually better if you want a non-unlimited data plan (we would also recommend these plans).
Will Verizon pay off my T-Mobile phone?
Will Verizon cover the cost of my T-Mobile contract? Yes, Verizon will pay off your T-Mobile contract and provide you with a prepaid card worth up to $650 to cover your bill’s fees, such as the installment plan balance.