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It's like a breakup

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Having been a customer of Verizon since around the time the personal cell phone was INVENTED, it pains me to imagine leaving.  I am a loyal customer and don't like change.  But with 6 in college, hubby and I have 8 cell phones.  EVERY other company offers better deals than Verizon for people looking to upgrade their iPhone.  They have received plenty of my money.  Why not switch?  That's what I am asking myself.  AT&T offers $1000 off iPhone.  Teacher discount on the unlimited plans.  Verizon just can't compete when I price online or even when I do the chat.  Not even close.  I guess it's time to initiate the break-up.  I'm just throwing this out there in case this relationship is important to the other party.  If not, I'll know it's time to move on. 

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My husband has gotten a teachers discount for years, can you not get it?   He just has to verify his .edu address every year. I don't do Iphones, have a samsung note 10 plus.  I buy my phones at best buy with cash and usually get a good deal.   If phone is $1,000 cheaper else where then sounds like a better deal.

 

https://www.verizon.com/support/teachers-discount-faqs/ 

 

 

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K.

No carrier cares about who stays or who leaves, it's about having a low rate of churn. Likewise, it's not a break up, it's a company you pay bills to. If one company offers a better deal, you take it.

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Customer Support

We would never want to lose you as a customer 6pack, and it is our goal to get this turned around. I have sent you a private message so we can further assist. 

 

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