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Elk Grove, CA
said by tmc8080:Hahaha! My sentiments exactly. It's just like fishin' for Verizon. Shootin' ducks in a pond!
keep getting ripped off for by the byte data and Verizon will keep selling it that way
said by FLATLINE:People don't, the market does. Consumers continue paying for the services. Businesses will maintain and grow revenue and won't willingly take hits to their top or bottom lines.
Why do people insist on overvaluing data?
Re: 3 phones with verizon
said by ke4pym:Yes I know I can renew with my current plan. I was just saying Verizon's share everything plan was more expensive for less data. Why would I change to that?
You do know you can keep your 700 shared minutes and still get new phones, yes?
You'll just have to move to the $30/mo 2GB data plan. You don't HAVE to go to share everything if you don't want too.
And I'm planning on moving phone companies this summer to another provider. $170 a month for 3 phones is too much. Yeah it's nice with 4G speeds but I can live with 3G if needed.
Re: As Speeds Increase, Caps Should Also Increase
said by Mike:Thanks for clearing up that my 3G which I have been using for 3 years now is unusable. Works fine for me on my phone for web browsing and phone type usage. I even, GHASP, watch Netflix just fine on my phone.
1gb base cap on unusable 3G to 300mb data cap on highly usable LTE.
Verizon Verizon with their excessive overage data charges and limited data plans, are basically "shooting themselves in the foot" and are only going to lose more and more customers like myself, I have been a faithful Verizon customer for over 10 years (since they were still called Bell Atlantic) had three lines, my average monthly bill was between $250 - $300 I finally had enough and as soon as one of the lines contract was up I took it off, the second line I just ported (before the contract was up) to T-Mobile, where for $70 a month you get unlimited everything, even with having to pay Verizon's hefty $160 early termination penalty, I'm still ahead of the game and will be saving money each and every month. I'm going to see how T-Mobil service and coverage is and if there isn't a major difference, I'll say good riddance to Verizon once and for all.
Another question regarding data charges, how do you know that you're being billed correctly for data usage, is there any way to verify the veracity of the charges or is it just based on Verizon's word.