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Verizon's new Group Communication tool allows customers to contact multiple people

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Verizon's new Group Communication tool allows customers to contact multiple people
Don't you hate having to send the same exact information individually to friends, family, and colleagues? Sure you can send a mass text message or email, but how about if you want to do it over the phone? Luckily Verizon customers are now greeted to a neat new tool that removes that hassle and provides the flexibility of saving time by being able to contact people all at the same time. Verizon introduced the Group Communication tool which benefits families and even businesses by allowing them to contact up to 20 individuals at once either by text message, phone call, or voice message. There are two different options available with the first one only costing $5 per month and allows customers to include any Verizon Wireless phone number from any account and one non-Verizon account line. Businesses will of course prefer this tool as the second option would suit them and priced accordingly at $7 per month - it provides organizations seven different call groups which each one having the ability to contact 20 different lines; which can include land line, wireless, and even international ones. So if you find yourself having a sore throat after repeating the same thing to friends over and over again, you may want to check out Group Communication to lessen the strain.

source: Verizon via Phonescoop

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:46

1. tiolawa (Posts: 115; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)


Pointless.. another way for Verizon to jack its customers.

posted on 08 Jun 2010, 12:48

2. corporateJP (Posts: 1515; Member since: 28 Nov 2009)


Spoken Truth ^

posted on 08 Jun 2010, 13:16

3. ibap (Posts: 681; Member since: 09 Sep 2009)


Well I've just read 2 posts that convince me Phonearena must be outsourcing the writing to China. In this one we have "Businesses will of course prefer this tool ..." followed by "The second option is perfect for businesses ..." The other one says "It was only yesterday on how reported ...". Get a grip - and a copy editor.

posted on 08 Jun 2010, 14:45

4. jherz6 (Posts: 215; Member since: 23 May 2008)


Number one Verizon doesnt "Jack" there customers. This is a service you'll either use or not. Verizon has a large loyal base of customers who like me have been with them for several years. People don't stay with a service provider if the service is bad. They stay only if the service is good or if they provide a handset not available anywhere else, which unfortunately for AT&T will soon change.

posted on 08 Jun 2010, 15:22

5. BlackberryUser (Posts: 609; Member since: 26 Jun 2009)


Although I agree wit you, I disagree with your statement. People like myself stay with Verizon due to coverage, not because Verizon doesn't jack us. To "Jack" someone is to rip them off by charging more then you need to for a service. Verizon has the best network, because they charge a pretty penny for it.

posted on 09 Jun 2010, 21:00

6. dubracer223 (Posts: 46; Member since: 16 Mar 2009)


cant rape the willing...if you dont like he way things are then write or complain to the right people...if not change services. no holds a gun to anyones head and forces them to do anything.

posted on 09 Jun 2010, 23:00

7. BlackberryUser (Posts: 609; Member since: 26 Jun 2009)


You obviously haven't been to the Verizon kiosks in the mall, those guys are violent. JK..

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