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PRL 50152 to 50175 in NY

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by SmartyPants, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     



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  2. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     
  3. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     
  4. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     
  5. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     
  6. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     
  7. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     
  8. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     
  9. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     
  10. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     
  11. Dan Albrich

    Dan Albrich Guest

    > 1) I believe you can *start* month to month?
    > Full price on phone (*no* subsidy but you could purchase it
    > elsewhere), $35 activation fee, no $175 ETF.

    --> Verizon does not offer this option anywhere in the nation. You must
    assume
    a one year contract to begin service with Verizon. You can call customer
    service
    to verify that this is correct. Your idea is a good one-- the main reason
    for contracts
    is for vendors to recoup their subsidy on the phone. i.e. If this business
    were logical
    then you would be correct. Unfortunately, Verizon requires a 1 yr contract
    even
    for customer supplied equipment simply because they can.

    > 2) 1 year contract.
    > $35 activation fee.
    > Something like $200 off list price of phone??
    > $175 ETF.

    --> Actually there is typically a very small difference between a 1 year
    price
    and a two year price on Verizon phones. It all depends on the time period
    you check.
    I have even seen the 1 year and 2 year price be the same (or off by $10 )
    depending
    on phone model. At the moment, most all of the Verizon phones are $50
    cheaper
    on average with a 2 year.

    > 3) 2 year contract.
    > $0 activation fee.
    > Something like $30 more phone subsidy than 1yr contract.
    > Same $175 ETF.


    > +$100 NE2 at end of 2yr and commit to another 2yr.

    --> New every 2 does depend on a 4 year commitment. 2 yr completes,
    then you must re-up for another two years! Total of 4 year commitment
    for $100 benefit. Let's see, 48 months at $40-$60 per month on average
    how much is that $100 really worth? I'm talking about the freedom to
    quit your service without penalty when you like. That's valuable.


    --> If you are totally satisfied with your sevice, and basically never plan
    to discontinue it, then the 2 year is definitely a better deal.

    Yes, risk is limited by the cost, but I have 2 lines so my "out" is $350
    and not $175. Cost for me to do 2 lines on 1 year contract was the
    same (in my case) as doing 2 year. i.e. I got the 2 year price on my
    second phone and they waived the activation fee on the second phone
    so I was only out the $35 initial activation fee.

    By the way, I don't generally disagree with what you've said. Hopefully
    this discussion will help others choose what works best for them. I only
    disagree with the service without contract point you made. i.e. Verizon does
    require at least one year...

    -Dan
     
  12. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <RdQzc.80493$mX.27130764@twister.nyc.rr.com>, "SmartyPants"
    <schmartypantz@(remove_this)yahoo.com> says...
    > >> Is there a way to down grade back to 152?

    >
    > > YES - And if tech support tells you they've no other complaints about
    > > dropped calls and seriously reduced signal strength, email me for the
    > > number of two trouble tickets I've now opened!

    >
    > Were you able to drop back down a PRL? Did it make a difference?
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > reply address bot resistant and human safe
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    >

    sorry, my "yes" was in response to the fact that I too am having
    problems. I know no way to drop down to a previous prl

    Louise
     
  13. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <RdQzc.80493$mX.27130764@twister.nyc.rr.com>, "SmartyPants"
    <schmartypantz@(remove_this)yahoo.com> says...
    > >> Is there a way to down grade back to 152?

    >
    > > YES - And if tech support tells you they've no other complaints about
    > > dropped calls and seriously reduced signal strength, email me for the
    > > number of two trouble tickets I've now opened!

    >
    > Were you able to drop back down a PRL? Did it make a difference?
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > reply address bot resistant and human safe
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    >

    sorry, my "yes" was in response to the fact that I too am having
    problems. I know no way to drop down to a previous prl

    Louise
     
  14. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <RdQzc.80493$mX.27130764@twister.nyc.rr.com>, "SmartyPants"
    <schmartypantz@(remove_this)yahoo.com> says...
    > >> Is there a way to down grade back to 152?

    >
    > > YES - And if tech support tells you they've no other complaints about
    > > dropped calls and seriously reduced signal strength, email me for the
    > > number of two trouble tickets I've now opened!

    >
    > Were you able to drop back down a PRL? Did it make a difference?
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > reply address bot resistant and human safe
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    >

    sorry, my "yes" was in response to the fact that I too am having
    problems. I know no way to drop down to a previous prl

    Louise
     
  15. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <RdQzc.80493$mX.27130764@twister.nyc.rr.com>, "SmartyPants"
    <schmartypantz@(remove_this)yahoo.com> says...
    > >> Is there a way to down grade back to 152?

    >
    > > YES - And if tech support tells you they've no other complaints about
    > > dropped calls and seriously reduced signal strength, email me for the
    > > number of two trouble tickets I've now opened!

    >
    > Were you able to drop back down a PRL? Did it make a difference?
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > reply address bot resistant and human safe
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    >

    sorry, my "yes" was in response to the fact that I too am having
    problems. I know no way to drop down to a previous prl

    Louise
     
  16. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <RdQzc.80493$mX.27130764@twister.nyc.rr.com>, "SmartyPants"
    <schmartypantz@(remove_this)yahoo.com> says...
    > >> Is there a way to down grade back to 152?

    >
    > > YES - And if tech support tells you they've no other complaints about
    > > dropped calls and seriously reduced signal strength, email me for the
    > > number of two trouble tickets I've now opened!

    >
    > Were you able to drop back down a PRL? Did it make a difference?
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > reply address bot resistant and human safe
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    >

    sorry, my "yes" was in response to the fact that I too am having
    problems. I know no way to drop down to a previous prl

    Louise
     
  17. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <RdQzc.80493$mX.27130764@twister.nyc.rr.com>, "SmartyPants"
    <schmartypantz@(remove_this)yahoo.com> says...
    > >> Is there a way to down grade back to 152?

    >
    > > YES - And if tech support tells you they've no other complaints about
    > > dropped calls and seriously reduced signal strength, email me for the
    > > number of two trouble tickets I've now opened!

    >
    > Were you able to drop back down a PRL? Did it make a difference?
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > reply address bot resistant and human safe
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    >

    sorry, my "yes" was in response to the fact that I too am having
    problems. I know no way to drop down to a previous prl

    Louise
     
  18. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <RdQzc.80493$mX.27130764@twister.nyc.rr.com>, "SmartyPants"
    <schmartypantz@(remove_this)yahoo.com> says...
    > >> Is there a way to down grade back to 152?

    >
    > > YES - And if tech support tells you they've no other complaints about
    > > dropped calls and seriously reduced signal strength, email me for the
    > > number of two trouble tickets I've now opened!

    >
    > Were you able to drop back down a PRL? Did it make a difference?
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > reply address bot resistant and human safe
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    >

    sorry, my "yes" was in response to the fact that I too am having
    problems. I know no way to drop down to a previous prl

    Louise
     
  19. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <RdQzc.80493$mX.27130764@twister.nyc.rr.com>, "SmartyPants"
    <schmartypantz@(remove_this)yahoo.com> says...
    > >> Is there a way to down grade back to 152?

    >
    > > YES - And if tech support tells you they've no other complaints about
    > > dropped calls and seriously reduced signal strength, email me for the
    > > number of two trouble tickets I've now opened!

    >
    > Were you able to drop back down a PRL? Did it make a difference?
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > reply address bot resistant and human safe
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    >

    sorry, my "yes" was in response to the fact that I too am having
    problems. I know no way to drop down to a previous prl

    Louise
     
  20. Louise

    Louise Guest

    In article <RdQzc.80493$mX.27130764@twister.nyc.rr.com>, "SmartyPants"
    <schmartypantz@(remove_this)yahoo.com> says...
    > >> Is there a way to down grade back to 152?

    >
    > > YES - And if tech support tells you they've no other complaints about
    > > dropped calls and seriously reduced signal strength, email me for the
    > > number of two trouble tickets I've now opened!

    >
    > Were you able to drop back down a PRL? Did it make a difference?
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    > reply address bot resistant and human safe
    > ------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    >

    sorry, my "yes" was in response to the fact that I too am having
    problems. I know no way to drop down to a previous prl

    Louise
     

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