Verizon pinching pennies…getting cheap

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by Mike
Posted January 30th, 2009 at 5:54 pm

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Fans of Verizon’s “Test Drive” service and “New Every 2″ have a wide awakening coming to them.  On February 15th Verizon will discontinue the Test Drive period.  The Test Drive was a way for someone to try Verizon’s service for 30 days and if they didn’t like it they could walk away without paying.  ”Not anymore”, says Verizon.  Also on the chopping block is the New Every 2 feature.  Under the old rules plans of $39.99-$79.98 received a NE2 discount of $50 and customers with plans over $79.99 received a $100 NE2 discount.  Those prices have since fallen to $30 and $50 respectively.  What does this mean for you the customer?  If you were planning on joining or upgrading to Verizon, better do so before February 15th while you can still enjoy the deeper discounts.  It’s definitely a sad day for Verizon customers.  Big Red takes away another feature.  It’s ok to cry.  Continue on for a bigger picture of the flyer above.

 

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  • Dan Waldron
    January 30, 2009 at 8:14 pm
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    Where did you get your blog layout from? I’d like to get one like it for my blog.

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