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88615298
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join:2004-07-28
West Tenness

Shouldn't APPLE be paying these overages?

Why should Verizon have to eat the cost since it's Apple bug?


slckusr
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join:2003-03-17
Greenville, SC
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said by 88615298:

Why should Verizon have to eat the cost since it's Apple bug?

I guess Verizon is crediting them off because its not really costing them money to do? Maybe a partial admission that the tiers are what they seem, for profit.


88615298
Premium
join:2004-07-28
West Tenness

said by slckusr:

Maybe a partial admission that the tiers are what they seem, for profit.

You mean Verizon is in business to make money? Man I though businesses got started to give people free shit just to be nice.


norbert26
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join:2010-08-10
Warwick, RI

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said by 88615298:

said by slckusr:

Maybe a partial admission that the tiers are what they seem, for profit.

You mean Verizon is in business to make money? Man I though businesses got started to give people free shit just to be nice.

you can turn a profit while being REASONABLE to the customer. The data allowances could be a bit more fairer to the customer.

jjeffeory

join:2002-12-04
USA
reply to 88615298

Who cares? The important thing is that it isn't the customer's problem and should be worked out between the "big boys".


elray

join:2000-12-16
Santa Monica, CA
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·EarthLink
reply to slckusr

said by slckusr:

said by 88615298:

Why should Verizon have to eat the cost since it's Apple bug?

I guess Verizon is crediting them off because its not really costing them money to do? Maybe a partial admission that the tiers are what they seem, for profit.

Nope. Verizon is just doing what big companies should do: protect their clients. They'll collect a small, quiet settlement from Apple, but they're not going to burn their goodwill with premium customers.