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Top message:  Derizon now will charge $35.00 to TRY a phone from their horrible network. by bigkahunano   Nov 16, 2008, 6:27 PM

Replying to:  Re: Derizon now will charge $35.00 to TRY a phone from their horrible network. by dromant   Feb 27, 2009, 8:43 PM

Re: Derizon now will charge $35.00 to TRY a phone from their horrible network.

by jrfdsf    Feb 28, 2009, 1:57 PM

dromant said:
I love how you blindly assault a company that continues to post billions of dollars in profit every year, millions of net adds every quarter, and industry leading churn year and year out, yet blindly defend a company that is bleeding customers left and right. If Verizon's policies were that bad - people wouldn't continue to use them. How do you feel about your own companies past policy of cancelling customer's that called customer service too much? That was definitely a customer friendly tactic.... Very Happy

So...posting billions of dollars in profits equals good service? If that were the case, the dope peddlers of America would be the ultimate business models to fashion a company after, since they all make unreal profits and have plenty of return customers.

One reason Verizon has succeeded is because they have put up that big red coverage map in their ads and falsely claimed to own areas of coverage where they have none. Case in point, zipcode 37385 has ZERO Verizon network coverage, yet they claim it as their own. They also mislead their customers with this whole "extended network" crap which is nothing more than roaming.

So, my theory is that slick, and totally misleading advertising has put them on top, not quality or service.

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