Turn Off Verizon Cellular Wireless Balance Notifications!

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In this post, I will tell how to turn off those annoying Verizon Wireless notifications that pop up after nearly every call.

Oh my gosh…are these things annoying!!! I have been a Verizon Wireless pay-as-you go customer for a long time. I do this because I live overseas half of the year and so I don’t want a monthly plan that I will have to pay for for the 6 months that I am away.

Anyway, after every phone call and text, I was receiving like 2 messages with my updated pay-as-you-go balance. This has been incredibly annoying for the last 2 years…and my lazy self has done nothing to turn off these Verizon Wireless messages.

So, finally, today, I acted and it actually took longer than expected. But, I will tell you how to turn off these notifications from Verizon right now and you should be able to accomplish it much quicker than I did.

Without further ado, here you go:

How To Turn Off Balance Notifications From Your Verizon Cell Phone

Step 1: Dial *611 from the cell phone that you want to turn off these pesky, annoying Verizon messages.
Step 2: Press 4, then 2, then 3, then 1.
Step 3: Select the option to set your Verizon Cellular balance notifications to “low”.

And, that’s it.

Now, since I just implemented this feature, I don’t think this turns off your Verizon messages totally since the option that you selected was “low”.

However, it’s much better than getting texted after every single phone activity!

I hope that this quick post helped you to turn off the balance notifications from Verizon Wireless!

If there are any updates, go ahead and add them in the section below.

Also, if you are considering Verizon Wireless Internet, you may want to read my Verizon 4G LTE Wireless review here!

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Richard Cummings

Richard Cummings is writer, traveler, and web content developer.

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