How Verizon gets by with BlackBerrys


I always feel sorry for a different group of users when a new device gets announced. T-Mobile kids complain that Cingular gets something first, who knows what the Sprint/Nextel folk are thinking, and I just want to coddle Verizon customers. Verizon is the topic of a RIMarkable editorial that asks how the company can get by releasing a BlackBerry model a year after it’s initial release and how, Robb says, this is ending. Give it a look here.

From RIMarkable:

Hopefully Verizon has realized that the game has changed for them. Customers who may have complained when a new device came out on a GSM carrier that it it shouldn’t take a year for the same device to come out on Verizon but stuck around and waited it out may not complain any longer. They may just switch. I know I would.

4 Responses to “How Verizon gets by with BlackBerrys”

  1. 1 Robb (RIMarkable)

    Thanks for the link Steve.

  2. 2 hell no

    Robb is wrong

  3. 3 hell no

    another fluff article of verizon excuses and lies…. Some day the vealot sheep will wake up and see the true fat cat, anti-consumer company verizon is.

  4. 4 hell no

    EvilHomer is wise beyond his words…

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