After much consideration I have choosen to leave Verizon Wireless and I urge others who have unlimited data plans and refuse to lose those plans just because they don't offer them anymore to do the same. The more customers show their frustration with Verizon the more they will pay attention to it. Yes, I am just one customer however in numbers that will mean less profits for Verizon.
Please. Verizon is not being back unlimited data even if every unlimited customer left. In fact you are actually doing them a favor by doing so. LESS profits? Try MORE. Fewer people on unlimited means less strain on the network.
So I would like to thank you for encouraging others like yourself to leave as that will speed up the day no one will have unlimited and everyone willl be on equal footing.
interesting with such a response you would think your their spokesman. if
enough people leave unlimited and limited customers their profits do go
down. if you want to make a company rich then by all means feel free.
whatever your heart desires. i on the other hand want to keep as much money
as i can for myself. if you want to write me a check feel free as well
On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 6:24 PM, Generic_Username <
Vzw has gained more customers than their competitors quarter over quarter and had the best q4 in company history regarding net gains....it's not going anywhere..most people understand they don't need unlimited with wifi in so many places, and those that do vzw doesn't want on their network anyway so it's win win for everyone
I would really shop around befor you think you'll get truely unlimited anywhere
Pay for your phone for once and it's not even a problem
So now you speak for Verizon? can you give me an official statement from
verizon saying they don't want unlimited users on their network? If your
paying for a service than you are entilted to what that service is point
blank. So like I said if you want to make a company rich than by all means
do so. If you want to send me a check in the mail since obviously you like
to throw away money than by all means do so. Or I do accept credit cards.
On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 10:27 PM, commonsense101 <
Unlike you I realize that if everyone had unlimited data it would be useless as the network would run slower than molasses in January.
Also you obviously haven't been paying attention because Verion has gained more customers in the last 3 months than at&t or anyone else has all of last year. Their churn rate is less than 1% per quarter. Considering how many people claim they will leave that number is pretty low.
As I said it doesn't matter if every unlimited data customer left tomorrow Verizon is not bringing it back. And that's just the facts. Good luck actually finding unlimited 4G data.
smaller companies like Virgin or Metro PCS might not have the "4G data"
power that you have but umm would I rather pay 45-55 dollars a month or
100? I'll take the lowest payment
On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 10:43 PM, Daniel Garcia
Well let's look at the facts
A) Verizon's data plan use to be unlimited for $30
B) July 2011 Verizon discontinues unlimited data for new customers and current customers that didn't already have a data plan.
C) June 2012 Verizon requires those on unlimited data to give it up if they want to get an upgrade discount and extend their contract. To keep unlimited data customers must pay full price for a phone.
Does this sound like a company that wants customers to have unlimited data? Also since unlimited data customers can't renew their contracts ALL of them will have had their contracts ended by June 28th 2014. At that time Verizon can officially kill off unlimited data for good and there is nothing anyone can do about it because once you're on month to month Verizon can change anything at anytime.