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Replying to:  Verizon vs Competition by Lurch papa   Dec 17, 2003, 12:46 PM

Re: Verizon vs Competition

by aeroguy426    Dec 19, 2003, 1:19 AM

I couldn't agree more with "their crapy phone selection and i am just plain tired of wondering when a new good attractive phone is coming out." I'm sick of waiting!! I also hear all of you on the V60....I wish mine would get stolen so I could rid myself of it. It's small and has changable faceplates, that's about the only reason I haven't taken a hammer or my car to it yet. Twisted Evil I wish I could rid myself of Verizon too. But, the fact I'm on a Family Plan and other companies (T-mobile, Sprint, Cingular) have NO service in my area make me keep Verizon for a carrier. I wish they would come out with nice phones and other cool "stuff" like all the other companies. Cingular's Rollover minutes and that adapter you can put your cell phone into and have it ring to your home (and not eat your cell minutes) are two awesome features Verizon will probably never introduce. They have a huge chunk of the market and they know it, must be that's why they don't have a lot of the cool phones and cool features the smaller carriers do. Sprint has about 400,000 camera phones out (OK maybe 4 or 5) and Cingular and T-mobile have all cool phones out geared for younger buyers (V300, etc). Verizon won't even be getting the V500, V600, or E310: all really neat phones the millions of Verizon customers will never get their hands on. As for date wise for the V810 I've heard anywhere from January to June on the V810, and somewhere around June also for the LG VX7000. Why do I have to live in a tiny town where Verizon is the only cellular answer?

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