said by nony:
This is Denise, Verizon manager for New York. There have been landline service issues in your area recently and we want to apologize if you have been inconvenienced. To better serve you we would like to transition your phone service to our fiber network. There is absolutely no charge to make this transition. You will keep the same voice service at the same rate you are paying now. One of our expert technicians will complete the work, and ensure that your services are working properly. Thank you for being a loyal customer and we look forward to continuing to serve you. Press 1 now or call us at 1-877-692-3485 today, so we can schedule an appointment convenient for you to transition you to our best most reliable network.
This is the similar robo call we got last week, I think Thursday or Friday. This robo called happened after a day we told the guys I want to op out of there telemarketing program and do not contact us about there fios service.
The day before this automated machine the person on the other line was getting hostile in terms of switching us over to Fios. First it was "we have fixed your line multiple times." -verizon
"huh? I don't remember making any service calls" - me
"Well, we fix your line without you knowing behind the scene when we detect a problem." - Verizon
"I didn't get any email or notice about repairs" -me
"Well I am telling you now, and because of these multiple repairs you need to change over to Fios, which is reliable and stable then your current service." - Verizon
"Not interested in switching over"-me
"If your service goes down again we can't guarantee the quality of service when we fix it." - verizon
" I have had reliable service for 9 years, I have not had one down time or any thing wrong with my phone service." - me
"We have worked on your line so you never notice and we are telling you now because the transition will only take a day and you will be paying the same price as you are now." - Verizon
After a few skeptical questions and pushy comments I informed him I don't want calls about Verizon fios anymore. I was not interested.
The thing is now I am getting bombarded with mail from both Cox and Verizon.... >.>
Verizon flier says We can get 15/5 tv and phone for 69.99 month 1 year contract.
Cox is 89.99 month for all three bundle 2 year contract price guarantee.
My current bill is $29.99 for DSL + $20 for flat rate(include taxes and fees) Verizon + $4.78 month International one from At&t.
yes we get paper bills for $4.00 for long distance. Not that we make international calls lately..
$0 for tv because we use rabbit ears.
They have been doing deceptive calls for years, trying to get people to switch to the new network. My only concern is reliability because we have suffered a few times with power outages. + buy your own battery is a major turn off. Especially if it will constantly beep if you choose to remove it. Sometimes a few seconds and when a major storm hits 2 days max. We do live on a busy street but they are on a separate lines so when power is restored we are the block that is still dark...
When you do get a call just tell them you want to OPT OUT and remove my number from the call list.