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lunaone
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adding a second computer simple question

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i am wanting to connect another computer , do i need to contact verizon, will i be charged extra, and how do i go about this?

i have a wireless router to an xbox ... i have no clue Smiley Surprised

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#1 What is the brand and model of the router?

#2 How many LAN ports does it have?

For the purpose of understanding. A LAN port is also called a RJ-45/Network Jack/Connection.

#3 How many LAN ports are in use?

For the purpose of understanding. A LAN port is use when something is connected to it.
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You don't need to contact Verizon if you are adding a computer to your router, either hard wired or wirelessly. If you are a high speed internet subscriber, you are paying for the connection to your home. There are different connection speed options that have different costs, but you are not charged per computer. 

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