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    Verizon Jetpack MiFi prepaid hotspot - Can I "stack" refill cards?

    I use the Verizon Jetpack prepaid mobile hotspot. I prefer to purchase the refill cards at Target rather than set up auto-pay. Can I purchase several refill cards and add them all at once and extend the expiration date out 30 days with each one? Or do I need to wait until my expiration date and add a refill card PIN one at a time?

    I attempted to ask the VZW chatbot that continually asked how I want to refill, so no help there.
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    I usually have a few hundred dollars in my account for my monthly bill which is less than $200 per month.

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    Why mess with buying cards and pins. As @Orlimar1 said, just add as much $ as you want to your MyVerizon account. It will only take out your plans $ amount every month.
    If you don't have a cc to do it online and need to buy cards at a store just buy a larger $ amount pin to put in your balance will work the same. Even if you use a couple smaller $ pins you're not stacking anything, you're just adding to your total available balance. Most PrePaid carriers have separate pins for specific monthly plans. Verizon PP works off the available balance in your account, not a specific plan pin. It will only take out of your balance the plans $ amount every month.

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    He gets discounted pins at Target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cellular-dude View Post
    He gets discounted pins at Target.
    That's ok. Can't he still load as many as he wants to get the cash balance enough to cover as many months as he wants so it's there at each renew date? Just sounded like the OP was treating the pins like specific plan pins instead of using them to create a cash balance the way Verizon PP works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cellular-dude View Post
    He gets discounted pins at Target.
    That, and the fact that this is company equipment and I need to buy a year's worth of data before the end of the calendar year for accounting purposes. Now that I know that the plan draws from the balance I will simply get a few of the $60 cards even though I have the $30/month plan and add them. Then I will "set it and forget it" as the infomercial says. Thanks for the explanation.

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