[QUOTE=ak1sdr;14743393]There definitely were internal bulletins sent out.
When bulletins don't work, system updates happen.
I was told that Verizon would fire someone in a heartbeat for policy violations or for trying to hook up friends, etc. I guess this isn't such a big deal to them then. Bottom line is like a previous poster said...we will have to wait for an employee
to give us the skinny or just wait for Verizon to do something about it... one way or the other.
Assuming the software update went through like it was supposed to this morning, you'd be one of the last people who was able to take advantage of it.
The whole reason the unlimited data codes showed back up in the system (because they were taken away for a time after it officially went away) was so front line reps could fix issues where the codes had fallen off of accounts without having to resort to an internal offline team who was backed up 2+ weeks (small team, lots of requests).
This loophole was an unintended consequence of trying to give front-line reps the tools to fix an account promptly.
Granted, what's been done now is probably how they should have done it from the start (having the system do an account check, see if the feature has been on the account in the last 30 days, if yes then show feature available if no then don't), but I'm also not a programmer so don't know what was involved with getting that to work properly.
Move along, nothing more to see here.
So does this mean for sure I'm gonna loose it for sure now? Not the end of the world if I do, 4GB is plenty. I still have not removed the MHS feature.
My First Bill Was Just Generated, And It Seems They Had No Problem *Charging* Me For The Unlimited Data And The $20.00 Hotspot, And I Won't Have Any Problem Paying It. To Me, It'd Seem A Bit Un Customer Service Friendly To Charge For It, Then Remove It, Even Though I'm Sure They'd Credit Back, Etc.
While I'm Not Expecting To Keep It, Or Feeling That I Am Outright Entitled To It, If I Get To Keep It Great, If Not, Oh Well, I Started With 2GB And Likely Would Have Been Fine, Its Just Nice To Know That I HAVE It, If I Ever Need It.
Also, Seems It's Not Closed Yet At Least, As Someone Posted On The XDA Thread Saying They Got It Today, Around 9:45 PM (No Idea What Time Zone They're In).
So if one were to remove the mobile hotspot they would yank away the unlimited plan?