Verizion Is the most awful internet service provider, I have had them for over two yr's. When I went to Best Buy I talked with the sales rep there and he said verizion had the best wireless for travel, and at that time I did go from IN to FL every winter, But now I am going to find another provider, Verizion is charging way to much for the 4g I get, and not they are sending me phone messages all the time that I have used up my data for the month, they changed my bill date fro the 24th to the 9th of each month, but my data change is changed on the 17th, It is a plain pain, in the butt, If I hadn't been pinned in with the weather and surgery I would have gotten rid of them a while ago, So be warned if u are thinking about a internet service with Verizion
this nothing new, This kind of stuff has been going on for yr's . Check your local government and you will see it there and in Washington, The fines are also bribes,
From WSBT tv in south bend IN He simply asked for them
Dan Scaminace figured it was a long shot when he sent an email pleading his case to the CEO of Discover, title sponsor for Monday's BCS National Championship between the Fighting Irish and Alabama. His pledge of allegiance to his team and the credit card company struck a sympathetic chord.
Soon after, representatives of Discover showed up at his home in Minnetonka, Minn., to award him tickets for two club level seats as well as airline tickets and hotel accommodations.
"It was unbelievable. I was so excited I was shaking as if I'd just won the lottery. I feel very fortunate," said Scaminace, 29, who will make the trip with his fiancée, Corynn Koch.
He didn't have to pledge their first-born child, but he does plan to name a new dog Discover.
Diageo (DGEAF.PK) has abandoned discussions through which it would have bought Cuervo tequila and will now look to end its 26-year-old arrangement to distribute the brand, igniting speculation that it may search out a substitute. Diageo’s deal to distribute the tequila outside of Mexico is due to expire at the end of June. Analyst Anthony Bucalo at Groupo Santander thinks that Diageo might now aim at Beam (NYSE:BEAM), which owns the tequila brand Sauza.