Bad new for customers of South Dakota
Verizon Wireless S.D. tax suit thrown out
Jan. 14, 2004 1:43 PM EST
WASHINGTON—A South Dakota judge granted a state request to throw out a suit filed by Verizon Wireless that challenged a new tax on mobile-phone companies.
Circuit Court Judge Lori Wilbur issued her ruling from the bench last Tuesday. The 4-percent tax on gross receipts, passed last March, is designed to help balance the state budget.
Verizon Wireless, the nation’s No. 1 mobile-phone operator, and other cell-phone operators are facing similar taxes as financially strapped states look for revenue to erase budget deficits.
Basically South Dakota is going to require a 4% tax on gross reciepts from ...
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Bluetooth Operation Clarification
As I have not found an acceptable Palm/telephone, I may go this route, or wait a few long months to see if what I want comes out. I am not partial to the present crop of Palm/telephones. I do not like the clutter of a keyboard, and the Samsung 500 works only on Sprint, has old Palm software, and has no memory card slot. The others are too big. The Samsung 600 would be ideal, except that it has MS software, not Palm.
AD more discussions below...
Phones that PC sync?
Is there one out there that does this but isn't a $500 PDA? I don't need a full-blown PDA -just this one feature.
does anyone know.......
And if so will "unlocking" the phone fix that?
who's got the best family plan?
looking 4 a new phone and need help!!!
NEED TO KNOW
E715 picture ID, etc.?
Which mobile company has the best Customer Service?
How many companies work indoors?
Does anyone know if the problem is with Verizon or with the phone? And do you have any suggestions on which phone is best? Thanks
Anyone know how to create a WAP site?
NEXTEL users? i gotta question
please tell me what you think bout your service and/or the new i730... i am thinking bout getting this phone OR waiting for the new v600 by attws
thanx a lot
Some more info on LNP complaints
by Emily Motsay
Dec. 30, 2003 1:30 PM EST
The Federal Communications Commission said it received 2,394 informal consumer complaints targeted at wireless carriers from Nov. 24 through Dec. 24, which marked the first month of wireless local number portability. Complaints almost tripled in the latter two weeks of the month, or since Dec. 8 when the FCC reported approximately 600 complaints had been issued.
Most of the complaints concerned delays in porting numbers between wireless carriers, with less than 5 percent of total complaints directed at delays in porting numbers from wireline to wireless carriers. AT&T Wireless Services Inc. was involved in 1,221 complaints, followed by Spr...