I don't see why so many people think that Verizon should have to hold up their end of the agreement, even if the user doesn't hold up theirs. A contract works two ways, you know. You don't to conveniently ignore your end of the bargain while you reap all the rewards (unless the company either doesn't catch you or doesn't care, but it's not surprising that a flag goes off if you consume 30,000% more data than the average user).
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5/24/13 at 12:31am