I would go with it if they had signal around my area.
Also #1 in nickle and diming their customers and monopolization.
IE's awful versioning system, and lack of built in PDF/Flash support and cloud user account features makes it not even a choice in my opinion compared to Chrome.
I'm paying $120 for 13Mb down, 3up here in Nebraska....ugg.
Ha just a few articles back it talks about their double digit earnings, yet they can't fork out a few dollars to build up their infrastructure to allow unlimited data?.......
Just get three projectors/screens and curve it for the same experience for only about $2000, not to mention larger than 105 inches.
Just get three projectors/screens and curve it for the same experience for only about $2000, not to mention large than 105 inches.
Might as well duck tape a TV to your face.
As a life time long Verizon customer, I would like to say I hope the company dies a slow horrible death.
But I will remain a customer until that happens, because I need their coverage :(
One word: Monopoly.
Just like all of our ISPs.
Good, now it will actually see the light of day to the mass consumer market.