Verizon Offers Fully Refundable Test Drive
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.
Sprint Rolls Out 30-Day Risk-Free Test Drive
Sprint today said it will allow customers to test its network and service for 30 days with a satisfaction guarantee. Customers who aren't satisfied with their service can seek a full refund of all device and service fees up to 30 days after the point of inception.
Verizon to Resurrect Unlimited Plan for $80 per Month
Verizon Wireless will on Monday offer unlimited data plans to its customers for the first time since 2011. Verizon's new offer costs $80 per month for a single line with unlimited talk, text, and data; mobile hotspot; calling/texting to Mexico and Canada; and 500 MB of 4G LTE data per day when roaming in Mexico and Canada.
Republic Wireless to Refund Customers for Unused Data
Republic Wireless today announced Republic Refund plans, which will reimburse customers for unused cellular data each month. The company is offering a range of new plans with varying data buckets.
T-Mobile Courting Verizon Customers with Two-Week Trial
T-Mobile today announced the Never Settle Trial, which is aimed specifically at Verizon Wireless customers. The program will let Verizon customers test T-Mobile's service for a period of two weeks with no fear of commitment.
Just another reason we're NUMBER 1
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.
My multi-million dollar business is better than yours!
Good and bad