said by Rob: said by cdru: said by Rob:
Simple solution is to not subscribe to any of AT&T's services that are delivered from the VRAD cabinets.
So then you'll have a large, ugly refrigerator-sized cabinet in your yard that is going completely unused. It's not quite cutting off your nose to spite the face, but it's not too far off.
How long would AT&T keep a VRAD activated if the cost of maintaining it exceeded any revenue?
They MAY shut it down at some point if it proves to be a financial failure. (Looking at other U-verse markets though, not likely going to be the case). But they still won't be removing it, as removing it costs MORE money. They will just grab the equipment out, and leave the metal shell, bolted and all into the concrete, sitting where it is sitting.--
"I reject your reality and substitute my own!"