Verizon Shoots Foot to Spite Face

Like ten thousand spoons when all you need is a cellphone to work the way its supposed to, some users can’t get high-rez pictures off their high-end Verizon phones. To protect its “Get It Now” multimedia revenue model Verizon cripples the Motorola’s capabilities by implementing a 300kbps transfer limit.

When Jason called to complain about having pictures on his phone and not being able to do anything with them, the customer service rep suggested that the best way to solve his problem was to stop taking picture at that high a resolution.

Verizon’s Greed Hurts its Customers” [Q Daily News]

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