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Samsung Galaxy S III users on Verizon and AT&T won't get Dropbox deal

0. phoneArena posted on 08 Jun 2012, 21:27

One of the special perks that users may be looking forward to with the Samsung Galaxy S III is the deal which will give you 50GB of space on Dropbox for free for two years. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like all users will be able to get in on this deal...

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posted on 09 Jun 2012, 23:40

25. NewWireless (Posts: 27; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)

I have Drop Box, and I use SkyDrive and a few others. Not sure how many people use that musch space, but I am sure there are some people that need that much. But a micro card is cheap nowadays, but I understand what people are upset about. Its a business, and business are in business to make money. In the good ole Days Verizon was about the customer, but now because of the cost of data, consumers are no longer a priority, I believe Verizon only cares about business customers, and wholesale customers. Verizon does have the best network, customers don't understand that VZW and other carriers lease there network out to government and businesses. Redbox come to mind? Hell, VZW will start to sell a Camera with a built in LTE chip that connects to the network to allow news televison to shoot live feeds and upload them instantly to a blog or internet without having to take it back to a news van. There are other options available. LTE, most people don't recognize the speed difference when surfing there phone to find info. Serious users do. I have 4G service, and when I do use it for internet on my phone, to be honest, I don't notice that big of a difference when I need to look up movie times or a place to eat right quick. Unless you are constantly moving data, and need to save tons of data, dropbox missing is not that big of deal.

posted on 10 Jun 2012, 12:27 1

26. aikonix (Posts: 60; Member since: 08 Apr 2012)

why does no one realize that AT&T and Verizon have tier'd packages for their data? If people were to constantly upload/download from the "cloud" their data packages would be screwed! yeah it sucks that they dont atleast offer it to their customers who have atleast an umlimited grandfathered in package or something but its really not all that bad. and to the people who say sprint sucks, yeah they do, but they are upgrading through-out 2012 and 2013 to faster 3g and LTE service, so services will get better soon

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