Verizon clarifies "diagnostic tool" capabilities in the LG Revolution
0. phoneArena 19 Mar 2012, 12:11 posted on
Verizon released a statement today, clarifying that the new diagnostic tool added to the LG Revolution does not collect personal information or log keystrokes...
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1. jmoita2 (Posts: 930; Member since: 23 Dec 2011)
And I was born yesterday.
It's amazing how Corporate America works hard every day to make privacy a thing of the past,be it in your PCs.email account,cell phones and everything else. They just can't have enough power,can they???
2. tedkord (Posts: 3778; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)
Or profit. First, they say you need data for that smartphone to work (a lie). They force an unlimited data plan on you for each smartphone. Then, when the radio technology advances to the point that you could actually use a phone, the yank the unlimited plans, and limit you to 2gb for the same price, with exhorbitant overage prices. An LTE phone can do 2gb in 2 days or less. And, if you're grandfathered in to unlimited data, we'll just throttle you after some arbitrary amount down to 2g speeds.
Then, they eliminate 1 year contracts, so you are locked into a 2 year deal if you want a subsidized phone - to cover the cost of the phone subsidy supposedly (of course, if you buy the phone at full price, you still pay the same amount monthly for the plan).
Want a family plan? Sure, we'll give you the same amount of data or voice minutes, but you'll need to pay at least $10/month more for each phone.
US carriers are scumbags.
3. tluv00 (Posts: 134; Member since: 18 Oct 2007)
Hey Verizon customers. Does big red at least buy you dinner before f*****g you?
5. jordan.300 (unregistered)
PLZ ANSWER! Since we're on the topic of Verizon, what happened to Alltel? I used to have Alltel and now we have Verizon here in Nebraska. But, Georgia and like 9 other states still have Alltel. Will someone please give me some help on what's going on because I am so confused!
6. jmoita2 (Posts: 930; Member since: 23 Dec 2011)
The majority of Alltel was taken over by Verizon. Due to anti trust regulatory constraints,Verizon couldn't purchase the entire network...that's what happened.
8. jordan.300 (unregistered)
Alltel was a great network with more customizable phones! Seriously, it gets annoying sometimes!
7. BlacRaZredge (Posts: 36; Member since: 06 Mar 2012)
alltel sucks anyways. im so glad they are gone from mn