Means nothing to me, I will not be upgrading from verzion in the near future due to losing unlimited data if I do. It hurts the wallet when you buy the new phone for retail, but it's nice knowing you can use lots of data.
Stating retail rates include Verizon's profit margin. As a result, this is a pathetic excuse for the program cutback. Verizon most likely pays Motorola less than $150 for these phones - maybe even as low as $60.00. This article should have said "Verizon attempts to increase profit margins by cutting back program". My guess is that this is either a paid advertorial or Kevin doesn't want to upset his source at Verizon...
Well I left Verizon last Thanksgiving and have never looked back. I'm saving about $100/month w/4 smartphones on a different carrier (Sprint) and I have unlimited data. Our area is currently upgrading to 4g speeds and that is a benefit over the 3g. The 3g service is okay, but with 4g almost on, it is well worth the switch to me.
Disappointing??? Not really. Upgrading just gets me off of the unlimited data plan that I'm still holding onto. Why should I have to pay more to have their lowest data plan offering? Besides, I use over 4GB a month as it is.
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