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Verizon contending for worst-designed website

Verizon has one of the worst-designed websites for any semi-professionally-run corporation.   It violates basic principles of UI/UX design - it's byzantine, hard to find what you need (adjusting family controls for example), and, worst violation, CONSTANTLY CHANGES.  So it's a continuing adventure to figure out how to do something.  I appreciate the effort to improve it, but seriously, pick something that's slightly less horrible and stick with it.

Also, it's very telling that there is nowhere to submit feedback.  Brilliant.

I have been a Verizon customer for 20 years, Tmo's network has gotten a lot better, maybe time to make a switch...

Re: Verizon contending for worst-designed website
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I completely agree. Logging into my two accounts is a complete aggravation. Luckily I don't need to very often.

A week or so ago there was a similar post regarding this. I commented and later received an email from Verizon. They were "reaching out" to me (previously referred to as "contacting me") to ask what the problem was. I didn't respond. I figured if they don't know their own system I'm not going to waste my time.

Good luck.


Re: Verizon contending for worst-designed website