It seems that Verizon is on the right way, as the carrier just announced that it's rethinking its modus operandi towards bloatware. The largest US carrier is currently procuring tests of a bloatware removal feature on its LG G3. As per Big Red, it will allow users to completely remove most of the pre-installed apps once the initial setup process has finished. The apps will appear in your app drawer and you'll be able to get rid of them in a jiffy.
Although it sounds like Big Red will allow users to delete all of the pre-installed apps, certain ones, such as Verizon's own app suite, are not removable just yet. Still, we are talking about a feature that is still being trialed, mind you – things might change as time goes on. Let's hope that apart from the G3, Verizon will offer the future to a wider range of devices.
source: Droid-life via BGR