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Anyways, I have had Verizon for about four years now and could not be happier with the service. Verizon works in areas that I Didnt have coverage before. The plans are very comparable but the customer service and coverage is what makes the service outstanding.
I have had one issue with my text messaging plan and when I called in they made the experience easy by backdating my texting plan to cover the overage. Verizon does offer phones with sim cards, like my blackberry storm for instance and I can use features like backup assistant for my families phones fo FREE!
Joe January 17th, at I kept having dropped call problems in my house, might have been my phone, I am not sure. I switched to Cingular and was extremely happy.
The phones worked great. If all things were equal, and all of my friends were on att, I think I would be 10x happier. Verizon service is kinder, and more helpful.
But being honest, I only care about the quality of service not the people. I have a bb storm now, im on my 3rd device defects.
I think alot of people hit it on the head. If your going to bad mouth verizon look into all their products, features and customer service a little bit more.
We previously had verizon for years, he switched carriers because it was cheaper at the time. Anyway I have noticed the diference between the service between the two. Paul January 18th, at 7: Try doing that with Verizon!
Kind of a no brainer on which one to choose. LOL Paul January 18th, at 7: Nothing bad to say about BlackBerrys, I love them. Kev January 19th, at 7: I am happy with them but, the phones they offer are propietary and very controlled by Verizon.
Meaning many features the phone manufacturer may advertise on a certain phone may not be unlocked or available through Verizon. I had an LG phone with an MP3 player in it that never played 1 song in 2 years since I would have had to purchase the songs from Verizon.
Good for anti-theft, bad for trading or trying other phones. It goes by quick and you get new customer deals that loyal customers get screwed out of! Ashlei January 23rd, at I have been happy with my service up until recently.Started in by the Dark Tangent, DEFCON is the world's longest running and largest underground hacking conference.
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