Guy I'm dating tells me today that Verizon has changed his texting plan "without his knowledge" after his contract recently expired to 500/month. I'm assuming that means he had an unlimited texting plan before. He says that means he'll be talking to me "IRL" more, at least for a while. I wanted to take him at his word, but I also found this to be a little suspect. So I talked to a Verizon rep. They said that when a contract expires, nothing changes. It just becomes month-to-month.
Anyone else have a Verizon plan that changed like that after a contract expired? If not, why do you think someone would lie about something like that?
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what does IRL mean?
I know that most plans do not change just because the contract expires however without knowing what IRL means I don't really have much more to say. that is I don't know whether it is a lie or what the purpose of the lie would be
If IRL means 'In real life' I perhaps he just doesn't want to text as much anymore, in which case to me that would be a good sign0