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Submitted by -Mezzo- 849d ago | news

Verizon CEO says he's open to dropping contracts

Cnet - CEO Lowell McAdam says the company could easily shift to the model if consumers begin demanding it. (Lowell McAdam, Phones, Services, Verizon)

-Mezzo-  +   849d ago
Damn, this needs to happen. not just by Verizon but by other providers as well.
Software_Lover  +   848d ago
How about drop the ridiculous f'n prices. That would impress me.
Seraphim  +   848d ago
that's what I'm talking about. price points are ridiculous. Of course so are their new pricing strategies/plans. $40 Monthly Line Access fee? 2GB w/ Unlimited Talk & Text for $60. Ok that's not bad but tossing that BS "Line Access Fee" just to keep pricing high is disgusting. Least before it was $40+ Phone, $20 Unlimited Text, $30 Unlimited Data. rambles on... I have to agree though. Something needs to be done regarding the F'n prices. It's criminal what Verizon and AT&T are charging. Those are the only 2 providers here.... they need to come down to reality and charge consumers a reasonable rate.
gunnerforlife  +   848d ago
i feel sorry how badly you americans get ripped of when it comes to mobile phone contracts im getting samsung Gs4 on a 33£ a month contract :/ unlimited min and texts and 1 gig data. you guys really need to stand up to this lot.
SKUD  +   848d ago
No way their gonna let go of those balls (customers).

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