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Verizon Offers Fully Refundable Test Drive

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Mar 23, 2007, 12:41 PM   by (staff)

Verizon will change the rules for their trial period beginning Monday, March 26. The company will offer new subscribers a 30 day period to try Verizon phones and service, and will refund not only equipment costs, but all calling costs and fees to people who choose not to keep the service. Although most carriers offer 30 days trials and will refund phone and signup fees, they typically will refund only the unused portion of the calling plan. Verizon will still charge people who took the test drive for data costs, downloads, and other VCAST services used during the trial period.

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Its-The-Network

Mar 23, 2007, 12:50 PM

Just another reason we're NUMBER 1

Cool How can you beat that NO COST to test drive are bad *** service!!
Its-The-Network said:
Cool How can you beat that NO COST to test drive are bad *** service!!


By not screwing with my Bluetooth functionality and charging me through the nose.
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Cingular set the standard a while ago with the 30 day trial period. Now, the other companies are following suit. Sprint just started the 30 day, and now Verizon with this full fee refunded 30 day trial. It's the industry being more competitive, and...
(continues)
Did you mean 'are' or 'our' ?
YESSSSS!!!

My multi-million dollar business is better than yours!
renardlee

Mar 24, 2007, 12:29 AM

agressive strategy

that is a head on strategy to get customers, its smart and i like it, i wonder what other carriers are going to do to compete w/ this, at&t are u listening???????
Agressive Strategy.....more like copy copay startegy....Cingular(AT&T) started the 30 day trials quite some time ago Verizon is just following suit....again as others have said please research your comments before posting.
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Yean

Mar 25, 2007, 2:14 PM

Good and bad

This may be good to consumers that and skeptical about VZW network and don't want to pay to use their service. It's bad for VZW if you have people that may take advantage of VZW without paying. I don't this this may last long if VZW's losing new inventory on returned phones. I don't know if VZW sales their returned or exchanged phones.
thickjake

Mar 24, 2007, 9:20 AM

About time

Finally a place I can send people for free rentals....
ensell

Mar 23, 2007, 6:57 PM

Fine Print

You have to port out of the Verizon into another carrier to receive the credits. This prevents someone from signing up for 30-days on a whim...
 
 
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