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RE: Millenicom Customer Accounts Acquired by Verizon

"Any one what to buy a good MIFI device?" HA - I've got TWO of them now!!! Update: Verizon DID honor the 20GB limit, but they have deemed that there will be no contracts needed and the price will be $99.99 a month. Of course, that 20gig will ONLY be available to (former) Millenicom customers. Call 800.233.8974 to get thru to someone who knows about this. I talked to a girl named Melissa she was great. AND NO Verizon CONTRACT, so if they start sucking again, we're gone!
normared 11/07/14 12:22pm Technology Corner
RE: Millenicom Customer Accounts Acquired by Verizon

I have made contact with Verizon concerning the buy-out of Millenicom wifi / hotspot service. The new deal basically: you may keep your current wifi / hotspot device, continue to get 20GB of data monthly, at the same price of $89.99 (with a Verizon contract) - for one year. After that, the price will increase to $99.99. In short, 'nothing will change' except you will have to enter into a verizon contract. You still use the same hotspot device you got from Millenicom. The GOOD news of this is that it appears that Verizon will {grandfather the 20GB per month data levels} of all users (as in "former" Millenicom customers) into the Verizon service. That 20GB level will not change according to Verizon CS, but that is only available to those that currently have Millenicom --- keep in mind the current price of 10GB data with Verizon costs $120 a month... So it's bad, but it could be worse?
normared 10/27/14 10:17am Technology Corner
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