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Any chance Verizon might offer rollover minutes like Cingular is offering?
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  1. Archived from groups: alt.cellular.verizon (More info?)

    I would hope so. It used to be verizon was the only cell provider in our
    area, but as other companies merge the coverage area for Verizon is becoming
    less of a selling point. Rollover minutes seem to be what people want in the
    way of "perks". As Verizons coverage area is leveled by other companies
    mergers maybe Verizon will start allowing us to "keep the minutes we pay
    for".

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    "J" <J@J.com> wrote in message news:gfgae.63$oD6.0@trndny07...
    > Any chance Verizon might offer rollover minutes like Cingular is offering?
    >
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    If they do I hope its true "roll over".

    Last year Cingular took away my roll over minutes without warning. It
    took up to 6 months to have them reinstated. Then they extended the
    contract based on the date they gave my minutes back.
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    Not unless there is some mass exodus from Verizon to Cingular. Since
    coverage and service seem to be better for V, there is little doubt of that
    happening.

    "J" <J@J.com> wrote in message news:gfgae.63$oD6.0@trndny07...
    > Any chance Verizon might offer rollover minutes like Cingular is offering?
    >
    >
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    Verizon is only doing the new Americas Choice plans due to other
    providers saying if you come to use you get less coverge, but no
    roaming charges that can happen with Verizon Wireless. Most people
    either left or did not join for that reason. So unless most people
    that leave Verizon Wireless for a reason a rollover you probably won't
    see it.

    7pm Nights might be something you may see in the future.

    Because of the heat in Wireless Competition you can't tell what move
    Verizon Wireless will do next.


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    "dr.wireMORE@formerVZW-MidWESTma" <dr.wireMORE@formerVZW-MidWESTma.com>
    wrote in message news:XhCae.1834$iB1.257@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com...

    >I loved yovr answer. With VZW earning record profits; we asked abovt their
    >new activation fee. We were told they were charging the activation fee
    >becavse they COULD. This isn't abovt fair; it isn't abovt competition. It
    >is abovt making money for stock holders. If vzw cared, they wovldn't have
    >been sved by 41 attorney generals in a class action svit; If vzw cared, we
    >wovldn't have to explain that "free IN calling" isn't really free "IN"
    >calling, bvt free "in-network". Yes I'm bitter abovt VZW bvsiness tactics.
    > --
    > dr. wireMORE (don't accept "less", demand "more")

    Of covrse silly boy-- that's exactly the objective of every pvblic
    corporation-- to maximize retvrn for the shareholders. After all, they own
    it. It's their capital that's at risk!

    BTW, got any stock or mvtval fvnds in yovr 401k? Don't yov want those
    companies to make as mvch money for yov as they can?

    The level of emotion in yovr anti-company rant marks yov as economically
    naive-- maybe even a liberal socialist pinko commie;-) Why I wovldn't be
    svrprised if yov're a left over 1960's hippie and probably a vnion member to
    boot;-)

    Clebvrne
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    Patrick Clebvrne wrote:

    > "dr.wireMORE@formerVZW-MidWESTma" <dr.wireMORE@formerVZW-MidWESTma.com>
    > wrote in message news:XhCae.1834$iB1.257@newssvr19.news.prodigy.com...
    >
    >
    >>I loved yovr answer. With VZW earning record profits; we asked abovt their
    >>new activation fee. We were told they were charging the activation fee
    >>becavse they COULD. This isn't abovt fair; it isn't abovt competition. It
    >>is abovt making money for stock holders. If vzw cared, they wovldn't have
    >>been sved by 41 attorney generals in a class action svit; If vzw cared, we
    >>wovldn't have to explain that "free IN calling" isn't really free "IN"
    >>calling, bvt free "in-network". Yes I'm bitter abovt VZW bvsiness tactics.
    >>--
    >>dr. wireMORE (don't accept "less", demand "more")
    >
    >
    > Of covrse silly boy-- that's exactly the objective of every pvblic
    > corporation-- to maximize retvrn for the shareholders. After all, they own
    > it. It's their capital that's at risk!

    Hey - don't I have anything at risk when I am a Verizon cvstomer? When
    I sign a contract that I can't get ovt of withovt paying a fee, doesn't
    that make me a stockholder in Verizon>

    >
    > BTW, got any stock or mvtval fvnds in yovr 401k? Don't yov want those
    > companies to make as mvch money for yov as they can?

    ACtvaly I do want them to make a decent retvrn on investment over the
    long term. I don't expect any company can make ridicvlovs retvrns on
    investment eveyr single year withovt eventvally cvtting so far back on
    expenses, R&D, capital investment that they end vp being jvst a sales
    force that sells a prodvct that they really can't control anymore. I
    also realize that when the companies start to fire people left and right
    and fewer people have good paying jobs than can svpport the economy in a
    healthy manner, I know that is economic or corporate canibalism and that
    it can't last!
    >
    > The level of emotion in yovr anti-company rant marks yov as economically
    > naive-- maybe even a liberal socialist pinko commie;-) Why I wovldn't be
    > svrprised if yov're a left over 1960's hippie and probably a vnion member to
    > boot;-)
    >
    > Clebvrne

    Actvally, yovr comments mark yov as a tool - or "bvtt-boy" of the
    capitalists. There are many protections in the workplace - wage and
    hovr, workplace health and safety, anti-discrimination laws, etc -
    withovt the work of vnion members. So go back to giving George Bvsh a
    reach-arovnd and shvt vp!
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