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New Every 6 Months?

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Larry, Jun 17, 2004.

  1. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     



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  2. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  3. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  4. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  5. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  6. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  7. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  8. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  9. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  10. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  11. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  12. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  13. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  14. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  15. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  16. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  17. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  18. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  19. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     
  20. Ken

    Ken Guest

    The price that a new customer pays is subsidized by Verizon. They recoup
    their initial loss over the period of your contract. You can't expect them
    to take another loss after only 6 months.


    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:J3sAc.40243$0b.10999881@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Has anyone ever succeeded in getting Verizon to "allow" them to pay the
    > same discounted price that new customers pay for a new phone if the
    > phone is less than one year-old? This is one of the things about Verizon
    > that really peeves me. My phone's screen is cracked, and they won't even
    > let me purchase the phone for the same price as a new customer ... even
    > if I commit to a 1 or 2 year contract. This all changes apparently at
    > the 1-year mark, when they will allow this.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
     

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