Thursday, January 15, 2015

Verizon Wireless: Great Instore Service

The Samsung Galaxy S4 arrived, but I could not figure out how to get the SIM card installed, so i went to the Verizon Wireless store in Meridian where one of their reps installed, activated my phone and set up my gmail account for me.

3 comments:

KCSteve said...

We switched to Verizon several years ago and continue to be very happy with their service. Mostly, things just work. But if you do have a problem, their people actually have a clue when it comes to figuring it out.

Jim said...

I used to use Verizon and their network is excellent. However, I HATED going into the Verizon store to get a new phone! The wait time was ridiculous and it was just painful. I finally got new phones at Best Buy. It was a much better experience.

I quit Verizon and got a Tracfone with a cheap Android phone. While it would occasionally be fun to have a nice smart phone, mine does what I need, I'm actually on the Verizon network, and it's about a third the cost of Verizon service. Phone support is usually at least an hour long ordeal so maybe I traded one pain for another. At least it's cheaper!

Rick C said...

A place like Best Buy (or Sam's Club/Walmart/pretty much any store, including Amazon.com) will usually sell you a phone a lot cheaper than any of the carriers' stores will: I got my new LG G3 for a penny at Best Buy, but Sprint wanted $99.