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    In my experience, Verizon has THE WORST customer service.

    One time I had a new phone, brought it home, powered it up and the screen was DEAD. Brought it back to the store and the clerk said to me "I hate the be the bearer of bad news but there is nothing we can do for you." Are you kidding me??? I of course didn't take that as an answer and demanded a manager. So only after being a bit shallI say gruff, I got a new phone for free, rightfully so. The original clerk didn't even ATTEMPT to resolve the problem he just tried to get rid of me. Nice try.

    I hardly ever deal with Verizon on the phone, you hope at least they will lie less right to your face than over the phone. Guess not.

    Sorry you have had so much trouble. There is no reason for such horrible customer service. Unreal.
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    live and learn i guess.
    i really have no dislike for buying setar internet, but thought that maybe verizon would be the answer. problem is they had too many answers and unsure which is the right answer.

    everyone of them did tell me i could save $25 per month on my bill by down grading the amount of minutes "plan" that we have. so there was some good news hahaha.

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    What is this setar card being talked about?

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    Verizon has the worse customer service. the repairman told me once that they are horrible to them when they call customer service from a customer's home to check something. that's why i finally got rid of them (except for cellphone-i'm stuck for another year). i went completely with comcast's triple play.

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    @jtwcarboy - You can purchase a card with an access code, or just open your internet browser & go to setar.aw and purchase internet access for $35/week or $70/month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacki View Post
    @jtwcarboy - You can purchase a card with an access code, or just open your internet browser & go to setar.aw and purchase internet access for $35/week or $70/month.
    Can I get access to that Setar wireless signal on the beach at the Occidental?

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    The Renaissance Suites has free wifi in lobby and last winter we were able to connect on our iPad from our patio facing pool, for free! Good luck

    Rich

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    yes indeed thanks
    we took full advantage of the free wifi when we were at the ren ocean suites in may
    Quote Originally Posted by richp14 View Post
    Andrea

    The Renaissance Suites has free wifi in lobby and last winter we were able to connect on our iPad from our patio facing pool, for free! Good luck

    Rich

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