Verifying your place of primary use address for each user or device
Your place of primary use address determines the tax rates on your wireless bill. This must be a physical address and can't be a P.O. Box. The address may be different for each user or device on the account.Example:
If your child just moved to another state with a wireless number on your account, you must update your child's place of use address.Verifying your billing address
The billing address is where we mail a paper bill or other correspondence. This address can be a P.O. Box.Heads up:
If your account is less than 30 days old or your first payment hasn't been processed, you won't be able to update the billing address on your account.More info about moving
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