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spewak
R.I.P Dadkins
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I will lay it all out for you....

Verizon has to wait till it has enough subscribers to it's home LTE services to lay the Hammer down on them. Lure them in, then give them the high hard one!
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Camelot One
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said by spewak:

Verizon has to wait till it has enough subscribers to it's home LTE services to lay the Hammer down on them. Lure them in, then give them the high hard one!

No, you are looking at this wrong. Verizon is willing to "throttle" their unlimited use customers, because it costs them nothing.

But they are NOT willing to throttle their metered plans, as that would reduce revenue.


spewak
R.I.P Dadkins
Premium
join:2001-08-07
Elk Grove, CA
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Reviews:
·SureWest Internet

said by Camelot One:

said by spewak:

Verizon has to wait till it has enough subscribers to it's home LTE services to lay the Hammer down on them. Lure them in, then give them the high hard one!

No, you are looking at this wrong. Verizon is willing to "throttle" their unlimited use customers, because it costs them nothing.

But they are NOT willing to throttle their metered plans, as that would reduce revenue.

I stand corrected good sir.
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Romney becomes "the" Epic Failure!


Uncle Paul

join:2003-02-04
USA
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reply to Camelot One

said by Camelot One:

said by spewak:

Verizon has to wait till it has enough subscribers to it's home LTE services to lay the Hammer down on them. Lure them in, then give them the high hard one!

No, you are looking at this wrong. Verizon is willing to "throttle" their unlimited use customers, because it costs them nothing.

But they are NOT willing to throttle their metered plans, as that would reduce revenue.

+1

funny

join:2010-12-22
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said by spewak:

Verizon has to wait till it has enough subscribers to it's home LTE services to lay the Hammer down on them. Lure them in, then give them the high hard one!

that was always what the plan was its been about 10+ year sin making lure you in screw you after you have a need ....
i think we the people of the net should do a world wide strike and terrify them....ya know show them for a whole week we cna go without net....and if we can do one week....two...then a month then screw ISPS....