Your new smartphone shipped to the wrong address, here is how to fix that.
May 28, 2017
Earlier this month, Verizon rolled out an update to its rate plans, which got a lot of flak in the press, but also successfully lowered the price per gigabyte of mobile data for its customers. Lowering the cost of mobile data is definitely something the Wireless Butler endorses!
Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock, you’ve probably seen either celebrity studded ads for the new plans from Verizon Wireless or scathingly critical articles lampooning Verizon’s price hikes and Twitter campaign. If you’re interested in saving money on your wireless bill, neither of these are of much use. No worries — Wireless Butler is here to help.
Did you buy a device or change your plan 1-2 years ago, and you’re on Verizon’s More Everything Plan? Well, I’ve had several folks send me their Verizon bill and almost every time, they’ve saved money by moving to The Verizon Plan.
So you signed up for that “unlimited” plan from T-Mobile and happily cruised the digital world at warp speed on your new smartphone for a couple of weeks. Then things got weird. All of the sudden videos wouldn’t load, your browser began to crawl, and app downloads and updates became nearly impossible. Your customer experience went from 100 to 1. What happened?
Despite market saturation, new models of smartphones and tablets hit the streets faster and faster each year, it seems. Four months after smartphone sX4 drops, the sX5 comes to market. This phenomena has been lampooned by Saturday Night Live and Key and Peele, but the fact remains: people want shiny new things.