“We believe Verizon`s main goals are to keep video subs without giving margin, while internet marketing is put on the best possible footing for all customers,” Bernstein`s Peter Supino wrote Thursday. “… What is critical is that Mix and Match`s price architecture should not destabilize competition in Fios markets. Verizon/Fios continues to act as a for-profit participant in highly concentrated markets. Why can`t they offer 700 existing customers in missed-or-missed sales or visa cards like other retailers rather than BOGO as customer loyalty to use on each phone in exchange for a new blocking agreement. This would be a long way to show you that you really value existing customers. I think this can be part of an ongoing loyalty program, 5 years, 350, 10 years get the same agreement as new customers. This would effectively encourage customers to stay longer while continuing to divert new customers from other airlines. The longer you stay, the better your upgrade offers become. What a novel! You want to log into your account and choose the withholding agreement. This should stick to what you have, so keep the agreement and price.
Verizon wireless contracts automatically switch to a month-to-month contract and generally do not change the price unless the fee reduction for access to the line is removed from the bill if this were the case under the terms of the agreement. I have always thought that it is cheaper to keep existing customers than to acquire new ones. It must be a really interesting business model. I`ve been with Verizon for over 15 years. Have called and complained that their upgrade offers are never as good as what they offer new customers specifically bogo on iPhone 11 on black Friday to come. I think they should offer the same offer to existing customers who have been in continuous service for over 10 years. I have a 5s and I want the new iPhones for me and my wife. I haven`t done an upgrade in years. I`ve tried working with Verizon, but they`re not willing to offer the same market to keep existing customers. Art of you tells how they are considered obvious existing customers, but roll out the red carpet for new customers or lines.
That is why I will most likely switch to a new carrier this year. I really don`t want to change, but we need new phones because our old ones are starting to get into trouble. I can do a BOGO on another medium. Is it an advantage to wait for the contract to expire? Will Verizon be more likely to offer a steeper discount if I am a “free agent” and an “off-contract”? Thoughts or experiences here? Thank you! I still have two days left on my two-year contract. I can now basicy renew and retain all existing services because they are for about $10 less than what I am paying now. I am satisfied with the service and I am looking for a 2-year contract. Prices on the Triple Play website with 150/150 are $79.99, but not available to existing customers. I understand this new Custmer situation, but I was expecting at least an attempt to keep a loyal customer, so I continue to pay the same to minum or the ability to change my service, none of this happened. Figures: Verizon`s Internet router is available for about $299.99 or can be rented for about $15 a month (subject to regional or advertising variations). That`s about $300 in advance, which is a high charge for WiFi.