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Refund for router rental - We Need Real Competition, Not a Cable-Internet Monopoly

Refund for router rental - We Need Real Competition, Not a Cable-Internet Monopoly

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Contributor veriznduopoly
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Because verizon is a duoploy, and comcast is even worse, i have been forced to have terrible verizon service for years.

 

I recently moved to Maryland and brought a verizon router with me.

I was unable to purchase intetnet online without renting a router.

The router arrived, and then I tried to return it.  I returned it to the Verizon store in Rockville: 

Verizon lost the router, and refuse to give me credit for my router.

Despite paying everything but the router rental fee, my service can be canceled at anytime because verizon has not decided wether to give me a refund.

 

Every state has a regulator over monopolies and duoploies like Verizon. Mine is the

Maryland Public Service Commission.  If you ever have a billing dispute with Verizon, file a complaint with your government commission.  I have when Verizon did not remove some hazardous lines from my house after numerous calls, it worked!  I am filing another complaint now about Verizon refusing to refund my money for the router.

 

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Embrace a society with no privacy. Don't be afraid. Use it to your advantage. Record everything.

EVERY TIME YOU CALL A Corporation YOUR CALL IS BEING RECORDED. RECORD THE CALL ALSO.

 

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We Need Real Competition, Not a Cable-Internet Monopoly
New Yorker Magazine
In some big cities, broadband consumers have a choice between a cable operator, such as Comcast, and a telephone provider, such as Verizon. But that’s practically no choice at all. 
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