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Verizon Selling More 700MHz Airwaves to AT&T

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Top message:  The Cartel Continues........ by Slammer   Jan 25, 2013, 12:25 PM

Replying to:  Re: And this helps the consumer how???........ by j2jared   Jan 27, 2013, 1:43 PM

Re: And this helps the consumer how???........

by LibtardExposer    Jan 27, 2013, 2:14 PM

No Just pissed over the greed.....

I dunno how much of the koolaid you have drunk but I know for a fact 9 out of 10 people I pulled up their data when we had switched away from unlimited data and bam more than the 2gb avg. that they try to cram down our throat.....

But when cell phones didn't use data... come on I guess you are Surely a corporate employee that has been sent here to try to stop people like me from making a point....

So sad...... I would rather use my data I pay for it that's why I bought it in the first place and one of the reasons I choose Verizon now if I had of chosen att then I would not be in the boat I am in it's called BS and they are not protecting their investment it is just merely greed.

Thats why they male hdmi cords i can watch it on my tv or use the tethered data to support the things that I want and long as I am not breaking any laws whats the big deal???? I made an investment with Verizon and now they are jerking me around. If unlimited data was offered and the avg person uses 2gb's what in the heck is the problem with having unlimited data. LOL Because they are full of crap and spout nothing but lies and people like you eat it right up.

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