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  1. #1
    Humble One
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    I currently have two lines of service and plan to activate a third (not
    shared line) for a family member that does not reside with me. (a divorce
    ruined his credit rating).

    Can I get Nextel to send the bill to him directly, the store says no, but
    after reading all the posts here I tend not to believe the stores.





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    rdmiller
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    i don't think so but call 611 from your phone and they'll tell you. I kind of doubt it because it's in your care and if he didn't pay it, it would fall on you!



  3. #3
    Valentino Veliz
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    Re: Billing question

    Yes it is possible to do. Tell Nextel that there is a third party involved.
    the phone is under your name but he is a user. They do it all the time for
    business too.
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    > i don't think so but call 611 from your phone and they'll tell you. I
    > kind of doubt it because it's in your care and if he didn't pay it, it
    > would fall on you!
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    mighty sc
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    If you do be careful he could ruin your credit too! May the credit limit program or prepaid (boost is for him).



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