8,500 Verizon customers disconnected because of “substantial” data use

We asked Verizon whether 50GB a month is a normal cut-off point in its disconnections of rural customers, but the company did not provide a specific answer. “Many current customers in these areas have lines which do not rack up roaming charges that are higher than what they pay us each month and are not impacted,” Verizon said. “People who live within the area where Verizon operates its own network are not impacted.” – Jon Brodkin, Ars Technica http://ift.tt/2jwuxID

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