Verizon is disconnecting 8,500 customers who need its service the most

September 15, 2017
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Back in June, reports first started surfacing of Verizon disconnecting customers in rural areas who were using too much data on Verizon partner networks. At the time, Verizon downplayed the changes as only affecting a “small group” of customers whose contracts were up, but as the summer wore on, the disgruntled noises have only intensified.

Verizon has confirmed that it’s disconnecting 8,500 customers in rural areas, thanks to excessive domestic data roaming on Verizon partner networks.

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