Verizon is moving to support a new Business Plan Architecture for UDN.
This is a new architecture for the transition from legacy business plans to a more agile, flexible and scalable architecture for UDP.
Verizon will publish a preview of the Business Plan Architectures for the Business, Enterprise and Consumer Businesses in the coming weeks.
Here’s how it works.
First, Verizon will make it easy for customers to switch to the new architecture by providing a list of business plans available for business users.
Next, customers can access their plans by logging into the business account, selecting their business, and choosing the Business plan they want to use.
After that, they can access them by logging in to the business as a new user, selecting the business plan, and selecting the Business account they want.
Customers will have access to a Business plan in both the Enterprise and consumer business plans.
Once customers have the Business plans, they will be able to sign in with their existing email address or username.
The new architecture will make the transition easier for customers who have already transitioned to UDN from legacy.
For example, if you are transitioning from legacy to UDP, you can simply switch to a UDN account and sign up for a Business Plan.