How to Switch Form One Verizon Wireless Phone to Another Verizon Wireless Phone?

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To switch between two Verizon phones, you need to sign on to your online account and click 'Activate equipment.' Type in the IMEI or MEID number that you see on the back of the new phone's battery. Put a check next to every feature you may want on your new device afterwards. Turn off the current phone and turn on the second one. Dial *228 and SEND. Your new phone should be activated after pressing '1' and listening to the announcer's instructions. Congratulations on your toy!
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