Day 5 Of Our Verizon Data Outage With No Explanation In Sight

Day 5 Of Our Verizon Data Outage With No Explanation In Sight

Micah tells Consumerist that he and his wife just signed a new Verizon contract and bought new smartphones–a Droid X and a Droid Incredible. They’re both heavy smartphone users, but weren’t too worried about a recent data outage… until it stretched on for four days. Verizon can’t explain what suddenly went wrong, or fix the problem. This is sort of the opposite of the provider’s current “Rule the Air” ad campaign. [More]

T-Mobile: We Won't Swap Out Your Sidekick For A Different Phone

T-Mobile: We Won't Swap Out Your Sidekick For A Different Phone

Amber is a pre-paid Sidekick owner who has been a T-Mobile customer for 7 years. After the recent T-Mobile data disaster, she doesn’t intend to get burned again. She wants to switch to a different phone, and she wants T-Mobile to buy back her Sidekick since they can’t deliver the data security they promised. Initially T-Mobile agreed, but then they pulled a Sidekick Data Outage on their promise and it disappeared forever.

T-Mobile Sidekick Data Outage Turns Into Epic Customer Data Fail

T-Mobile Sidekick Data Outage Turns Into Epic Customer Data Fail

This time last week, we thought of the T-Mobile Sidekick data outage as a mere inconvenient outage, but a temporary one. We grossly misunderstimated how badly T-Mobile and Danger/Microsoft could screw things up.