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Verizon Wireless Sued Over V710 Bluetooth Limitations

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Top message:  Relax and think this one through... by Stevo2k4   Jan 17, 2005, 3:56 PM

Replying to:  Re: Relax and think this one through... by BigRob   Jan 18, 2005, 12:49 PM

Re: Relax and think this one through...

by VWO4L    Jan 21, 2005, 9:29 PM

Umm, wouldn't he not be a bleeding-heart liberal if he didn't care about the little man and preferred the company instead? Might want to talk some poli-sci classes or listen to some talk radio before you go calling a capitalist a bleeding-heart liberal. Kind of an oxymoron there.

In my opinion, VZW isn't screwing the customers over. If the customer's felt they were paying too much, there wouldn't be 42 million of them and VZW would be forced to drop their prices in order to remain competitive and gain customers. Instead, they are the 2nd largest US wireless carrier and growing.

That's the way capitalism works. You offer a product for a price, if your price is too high, demand will be low. If that's the case, you lower your price until you get the demand you are looking for. it seems VZW is having no problem finding customers, so don't look for lower prices any time soon.

In addition, companies are in business to make money. If they didn't make money, they wouldn't be around. Do you go to your job just to kill time? I'm betting no, you go there to make money. That's why companies do what they do, to make money, not just to give services away to people. Would you put in all your hard work and money to build up a wireless network if you didn't expect to make some financial gain out of it?

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