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Verizon--1x ExpressNet rates off the wall?!

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by Guest, Jun 29, 2002.

  1. Guest

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    I am very confused--the Verizon 1x ExpressNet rate plans are so much more expensive than the regular rate plans it makes no sense.

    Palm.Net has plans at $10 all the way to $50. Why is ExpressNet on Verizon soooo expensive? I asked if I could buy my regular AmerChoice PLUS an ExpressNet plan and they said no. They said you can have an unlimited ExpressNet plan for $99, but each voice call is way higher per minute than it should be, with no nights and weekends?

    Can someone please explain what Verizon is looking for here? I feel like these rate plans are only useful for those with the Sierra AirCard who are high volume traveling laptop users.....not folks with occasional ExpressNet needs who talk voice mostly.
     
  2. KevinJames

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