Friday, September 08, 2017

Comments

Day 121

False Commenters

8:58am:
Unfortunately, my Blog site has been hit by a number of Readers publishing comments under false identities. In prior years, this false identity thing happened as well. But not in such large numbers as these.

I have Blogged since May 14th, 2003. And now I have arrived at this sad day. I am losing that enjoyment. No comments!


9:41am:
Verizon
In yesterday's 7:58pm Blog post, I described to you what happened concerning the MiFi device that I had obtained from Verizon.

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The last sentence of that 7:58pm post stated:
"I could get no resolution from Verizon. I am considering what I should do next."

This morning I decided the two options for myaelf:
1. Give Verizon the opportunity to cancel the contract for the MiFi and return every cent that I paid to Verizon for that MiFi. I will then remain with Verizon.
2. Go to T-Mobile. Get an iPhone 7 and carrier service from T-Mobile.


2:30pm:
T-Mobile
Right now, as I Blog to you, I am sitting at the desk of Miguel, a T-Mobile guy!
I left Verizon behind. Good riddance! I am now a T-Mobile customer!

My Verizon contract has been picked up by T-Mobile. For a fraction of the cost too!

T-Mobile = $154/month
Verizon = $532 for 1st two months!!


8:24pm:
Gifts from T-Mobile
In addition to the very low cost that T-Mobile is charging me for taking over my contract from Verizon, T-Mobile has given two sets of gifts! One set for me and one set for Rowena!

The gifts are:
➜ Acatel A30 Tablet w/8" hi screen
➜ SyncUp Drive [Like a Mobley]

I do not believe that Verizon is able to contend with the high level competition that T-Mobile brings to the table in the world of communications.






Nite Camp Location Map
Elevation: 269 feet


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6 comments:

  1. I hope you can still read this comment George. I've been following you and the team since the beginning. You were the inspiration for me getting into RVing. Keep going. To heck with the detractors. I also switched from Verizon to T-Mobile. The switch was easy and painless. T-Mobile coverage is not the same as Verizon but you can easily jump on an open WiFi network and keep on working.

    Enjoy and stay the course.
    H

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    1. H,

      Yes! I just read what you wrote. You made a huge compliment to me in your comment. Thank you sooooo much! 😎

      George

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  2. Hey, your comment section is still open ! I sympathize with you George. I've given-up reading comment sections in various areas, including financial blogs because of the moronic stunts commenters pull, including insulting other readers, purposefully flaming others, and inserting ads. Hope you can find a way to squelch these morons without removing comments altogether. A large part of the interest in your blog is reading others comments.

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    1. John,

      Let's find out if I may be able to Clean House of scammers. And whisk them away, like the trash they are, upon their return!

      George

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  3. Me again George. I'm confused about how you racked up such a large Verizon bill ! I use Tracfone - a nice Samsung loaded with features. I buy a 400 minute card for $100 that lasts me a year. It uses the excellent Verizon network all over the country. For internet, I buy minutes for my Jetpack - pay as you go. True, one can't dally all day on the internet, but it seems to provide lots of internet cruising on a daily basis. Sounds like you got hooked into a terrible contract!

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    1. John,

      The word out in the industry is, that Verizon deliberately over charges customers.

      I am able to understand how Verizon may do this over charging. I could not comprehend their billing, and phoned several times to get an explanation of individual charges.

      However, even though I wrote down what I was told, afterwards, I could make no sense of it?! Verizon may be very good at the art of deception.

      George

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