- Nov 9, 2015
Last week, Verizon sent notifications to about 8,500 customers which comprised of about 19,000 cellular lines in 13 states, that they would be disconnected as of October 17. The reason for this is that these subscribers were using too much data while roaming off of Verizon's network grid. Roaming data is expensive for carriers and Verizon doesn't seem to want these stragglers to burn a hole in its operating costs. This would give those who received the notifications just about a month's time to find a new carrier or be disconnected. Not only is this inconvenient to the customers, but it...