No question here, , just a comment I verigzon sucks, I had an aircard and didn't work, not the first one either. they have 3 years of

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this site even sucks,  I have had a running battle with verizon for four years.  I had an air card that kept going from 1x 2g 3g 4g and back.  they told me that i was in a switching station and my issue.  I told them my house doesnt move.  then after putting up with this and haveing to wait to send my invoiecdes to my customers when it happened to work was unacceptable.  we finnalyhad to say goodbye.  O boy that didn't settle well.  they have put me through the ringer.  To the point that just today I got it straightened out.  I think.  they suspended my service and then sent me a bill for 73 bucks.  they tried to charge me 350.00 for terminating and I have been a customer for over ten years.  they charge me little fees on my bill every couple of months.  Its incredible.  If i ran my business liike this I would be out of business in a month.  I stuck till 2015 then I'm gone, somebody has to have better service.  fyi I pay 210 bucks per month, I'm not a small customer.  I have many more comments but this is getting long, will give more details later

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Re: No question here, , just  a comment I verigzon sucks,  I had an aircard and didn't work, not the first one either.  they have 3 years of

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Thank you for that rant!

http://www.T-Mobile.com

They pay off early termination fees. However you must pay full price for your devices, if credit qualified you can spread the payments for 24 months. You also pay $10 for a Sim Kit plus tax, and a $38 activation fee.

Good Luck at your new provider.

Re: No question here, , just  a comment I verigzon sucks,  I had an aircard and didn't work, not the first one either.  they have 3 years of

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Oops forgot for $90 you get unlimited talk, text and data. So you will save big money by going.

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Re: No question here, , just a comment I verigzon sucks, I had an aircard and didn't work, not the first one either. they have 3 years of

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Well, that was pointless. You didn't specify anything that happened, and I'm not quite sure who you expected to see this. This is mainly a customer-to-customer support forum. Verizon does respond, but it's debatable whether they would reply here.

Also, the ETF applies to everyone. You signed a contract with them agreeing to the ETF. It doesn't matter whether you've been a customer for 10 years or just started last month, a contract is a contract.