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 Apr 04, 2007 - 10:14 AM - by Michael
* Verizon can't count

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Verizon apparently thinks that "Unlimited" means 5 GB.

And if you go over 5 GB transfer in a month, they're accusing you of downloading movies or otherwise breaking copyright.

At the time Verizon didn?t explicitly state that their unlimited service really was limited, but I was looking at the service once again yesterday for someone and decided to see what the terms look like 7?months later. Now they explicitly come out and say that their unlimited plan can only be used for up to 5GB a month otherwise your usage will be considered unacceptable and your service will be terminated
Ta-dahh! Verizon sucks.
 

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