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Nov 7, 2008, 5:13 PM
HAHA....Verizon was forced to take their sprint 'bashing' ads off radios, t.v. etc.

Nov 7, 2008, 5:22 PM

Do tell.

Nov 7, 2008, 5:32 PM
Ad watchdog group recommends Verizon Wireless pull PTT marketing campaign
VZW ads claim rivals’ ‘old service is useless now’
November 5 2008 - 2:15 pm EDT | Allie Winter | RCR Wireless News

Verizon Wireless’ claims of its rivals’ “useless” push-to-talk service ticked off PTT veteran Sprint Nextel Corp. — and the carrier appears to be rightfully angry. The Council of Better Business Bureaus reviewed Verizon Wireless’ PTT advertising, and recommended the carrier discontinue its current campaign.

Verizon Wireless’ ad campaign coincides with the launch of its newly redesigned PTT service.

Sprint Nextel challenged some of Verizon Wireless’ PTT ...

Nov 11, 2008, 9:43 AM
Thank God that Sprint decided to fight back against the derizon network. What a bunch of losers that derizon network is. Once people find out that derizon are just a bunchy of greedy liers. Derizon is not a pimple on Sprints ARSE!!!!!!

Nov 18, 2008, 4:12 PM
Greedy Liars? Verizon is rather transparent in how their charges work and they even warn you if you try connecting to the internet and don't have a plan that you will be incurring data charges.

Yes, our plans cost "more" than some other companies (such as sprint) but that extra cost is because of the network that supports it. Maybe you have great service where you live, but up here, only ATT and Verizon have reliable coverage, and Verizon is the only 3g network in the area. Supporting all of those extra towers, even if the users in the city NEVER use them, costs money. That extra cost is there so that you will have more coverage in more places.

If I still lived in a city, I would most likely have a Tmobile or Sprint phone (my first ...

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