Verizon Readying Price Increases for Wireless Customers
Calm Down Peeps
I'm quitting my job at Verizon.
I tell customers that customer service charges the $30 upgrade fee (since it in no ...
That is why.......
Price increases are never the right thing to do unless there is some benefit to the customers in terms of better devices, faster networks, more bandwidth.
When they just keep take, take, taking without even tossing us a bone, all they do i...
Knock, knock Sprint!
From Verizon's standpoint he's right though aka why not charge more if people will pay it
but I'm a firm believer that if you do the...
VZW president saying that they did not see impact from customer base over the $30 upgrade charge, so it must be the right thing to do... sounds scary. Does this mean as long as we do not complain, they will continue t
This Is Where It Starts.
Price increases are generally expected. However, with formidable competition slowing dying and lack of regulations within the wireless industry, the two largest carriers will indeed, control the market standards across the board. This will trickle down to the smaller. MVNOs will take the hit also as they sublet from the mother carriers. Their prices will increase as well.
We need more competition people no matter what side of the fence you're on for carrier support.
That is the reason I backed a Tmobile/Sprint merge if a merge had to happen.
You don't view them as providing competition? Metro now has over 10m customers, and has been growing steadily for the past 2-3yrs.
Personally, I think it would be good for Metro & Tmo to merge.
"Shammo noted that he doesn't think the price increases will cost Verizon customers"