Lol why do companies even bother with marketing like this.
BTW been using my S4 on Tmobile for a week and no probs at all with my “new” uunlimited data requirements…..
From: Verizon Wireless [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]Sent: Thursday, May 09, 2013 9:19 AM
To: Dean Collins
Subject: Dean, what will it take to win you back?
From: Dean CollinsSent: Thursday, May 09, 2013 9:22 AM
To: 'Verizon Wireless'
Subject: RE: Dean, what will it take to win you back?
I called and asked several people why you were choosing to block existing “unlimited data” customers from signing up to new 2 year plans…….was told
Frank the CFO of Verizon said recently …”We don’t think people really want unlimited data” so Verizon made a commercial decision no one on a grandfathered unlimited data plan could sign up for a new subsidized handset on a new 24 month plan eg. If you had unlimited you had to pay for your phone outright in order to continue with your plan (in effect paying for the phone twice in both cash upfront and on a higher plan cost per month).
I guess you didn’t want me to sign up for a new S4 after all……