So, you have already backed out of Verizon Wireless selling your information, for what they call, “ways to improve service.”Â With that sort of word play, I guess you will then not be shocked to find outÂ that now the people behind “The Network” have altered their Terms and Conditions and have have explained the fact that their “Unlimited Data Plan”Â has a cap at 5 GB.
If you look at the Terms and Conditions that have been modified since they were sued (and lost) for terminating customers for using “too much bandwith” on their unlimited data plans they now clearly specify:
Anyone using more than 5 GB per line in a given month is presumed to be using the service in a manner prohibited above, and we reserve the right to immediately terminate the service of any such person without notice.Â
They have apparently stopped using the word unlimited on some of their advertising, but when you go to sign up (or renew) a plan, the price still includes “unlimited” in their offerings (with the disclaimer of defining what unlimited means.Â Now, to some extent I can understand and appreciate what Verizon Wireless is trying to do in that this service (especially on a consumer account) is not designed for this purpose, and 5GB is a LOT of traffic to be pulling down to a mobile phone or PDA in a given month, but then why not just STOP CALLING IT AN UNLIMITED PLAN.Â There are plenty of words in dictionary, can’t the folks at Verizon Wireless, stop redefining the meanings and just work with what is already there?Â Hello!?!Â Can you hear me now Verizon Wireless?