If unlimited is meaningless, does that imply that limited is also meaningless.
So what he is saying that unlimited should be kind of like this joke: a man goes to a restaurant, and sees a sign reading 'Apple Pie, all you can eat for a dollar'. The man sits down and orders some of the pie. After taking two bites out of the pie, the waitress snaps up the plate. The man says 'hey wait a minute!' The waitress replies 'That's all you can eat... for a dollar'. I like Verizon's coverage. I don't think they can be beat, there. I would be happier if they just offered a 'rollover data' where if you didn't use all of your allowance last month, you can save it till next month.
Re: Verizon's CFO Says that "unlimited" is "just a word" and "doesn't mean anything."
Comcast actually has a data cap already, it's something like 200gb a month. Read the fine print. And satellite internet providers have always had their fair access/use policy.
Originally Posted by jseah
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