So being a cop and holding others to the rules he should be more than able to follow them.
Oh wait. Everybody is just entitled now a days so he can do whatever he wants. I forgot. Nobody has follow rules any longer.
Why do y'all think it's okay to bash him because he's a cop? He's putting his life on the life daily for strangers, and while I don't agree with him on the Verizon store point, I still appreciate his work, and everyone else should, too.
I just think someone who is a cop should understand the rules and willingly follow them. I din't bash anybody. See how I said EVERYBODY? Also I was using a little sarcasm to tell the truth. People think that they're all so entitled to get just whatever it is they want and not pay for it. His being a cop has nothing to do with that specific attitude he is displaying.
Contracts are over. Also courts already ruled. Unlimited data is different from unlimited bandwidth. As long as you are not paying for data after the initial buy in you do have unlimited data.
This Verizon store is not Wal-Mart. Their Verizon Wireless sign is maybe 2 feet tall letters. The only thing they sell is VZW products & contracts. It may be a Franchise, but it's still a VZW store. Are u saying a franchise operated McDonald's isn't a McDonald's?
Totally different sort of Franchise.
Mc Donald's controls the franchise, and the locations are all the same product.
Verizon Wireless gets partners to sell their products and services and the franchise is that stores parent. In example we have a Verizon Wireless Store which is "On Call" they have a huge sign saying Verizon wireless and the people would think it was a Verizon Wireless Corporate store. Alas they are not.
The franchise is "On Call" not a Franchise of Verizon.
The same is for Best Buy and walmarts or Costco or Radio Shack.
They may have a Verizon signage but you and I both know they are in no way a Verizon Wireless Franchise.
Its all in the wording. You should know that being a Police Officer.
You are trained to be observant and concise.