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Verizon holds all the cards.  They have a monopoly on MIFi as they call it and they have thousands of customers. So they can charge as much as they want to.  Your choice is to pay their excessive... Ver más...
Verizon holds all the cards.  They have a monopoly on MIFi as they call it and they have thousands of customers. So they can charge as much as they want to.  Your choice is to pay their excessive charges or find another provider.  The federal government broke up the monopoly Ma Bell/AT&T years ago but now we have another monopoly called Verizon.
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Verizon is in business to make money and they are making a bundle. They don't have much competition for cellular (Wi-Fi) broadband internet business so they can charge whatever they want to. $100... Ver más...
Verizon is in business to make money and they are making a bundle. They don't have much competition for cellular (Wi-Fi) broadband internet business so they can charge whatever they want to. $100.00 for 10 GB of data is price gouging in my opinion. Viewing a hi-def movie could use 10 GB of data. Unless Verizon and ATT get more competition they will charge the max that the market will bare. Another thing Verizon does is nickel and dime their customers. Verizon markets a service for $20.00 and then charges $20.10 and call it a Verizon surcharge.  This can add $5.00 to $10.00 to each bill. Multiply this "surcharge" across all their customers and it amounts to major revenues for good old Verizon. So, find another provider of pay the bill.  You might also consider buying some Verizon stock.