Verizon wireless has a “New” definition of “Unlimited” data usage



VerizIn a move that can only be declared self-serving, Verizon has introduced a new definition of “Unlimited” data usage in its Wireless terms of service.

They have outlawed such things as being subscribed to RSS feeds, no P2P applications, you cannot use the service as your primary Internet Service. Ohh, and if you go over 5GB of billing they reserve the right to shut you down or severely throttle your service.

Pure insanity, if you ask me. Why don’t they just call their service the 5GB and under plan and be done with it. Thank goodness I have Sprint EVDO service and they don’t play games like Verizon does. Verizon 

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