Verizon Launching a Branded 7-inch Tablet on Thursday

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Vigilence

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Wow is that thing overpriced for such [removed] specs. It's as overpriced as Verizon's internet packages.

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Haserath

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No wonder Verizon shot down the 2013 Nexus 7 from use on their network... They're offering something with much less everything for practically the same price.
 

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Picture of the tablet with voice-over . . . "Vurison, we thrive on mediocrity. Get yesterday's technology today . . . at tomorrow's prices. You can always trust us here at Vurison."

LOL!!!
 

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Verizon is one of the worst companies in existence when it comes to doing what's right by the customer. They lie and try to scam the customer into buying tiered data packages for the sole purpose of charging more for the same service. AT&T is really not much better but at least they treat you like a human in their stores and let me upgrade on the line that I have my unlimited data plan grandfathered to.

Verizon and AT&T don't actually compete, as they both offer the same service at the same price. Someone like Google really needs to launch a mobile data network to compete with the duopoly that exits. Maybe buy T-Mobile and dump about 10 billion into network infrastructure. Unlimited data plans $35 a month, no contracts. All phones sold off contract at off contract prices. Put the scum like Verizon out out of business.

 

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This is an open market. You are free to pick your carrier and phone choices. The snag is people don't do enough research to make an informed purchase.

Complain all you want just remember you are the customer with a choice.
 

JD88

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This isn't correct. There is very little choice because there are only two options that are exactly the same. It's not an open market because of barriers to entry like limited spectrum and the massive costs associated with cell infrastructure.

Verizon and AT&T don't compete and the other players are too small and niche. Just look at the profit margins of both companies.



 

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Picking a cell phone provider is like choosing a flight. Your options are limited to where you live and if you don't want to go with the big carriers then your options for choosing a smaller one are slim to nil.
 
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