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Gosh.... can I AGAIN state how very much I HATE Verizon!!!!!!!! My monthly bill is ridiculous every month.
"... as good as Sprint coverage"?
In other words, maybe good enough for the kids, but you don't want to have to deal with it.
The free phone is a good idea for disabled folks that are also poor, people with serious medical problems flaring up or simply having car trouble with limited mobility can be a crisis.....and EVERYBODY with an ongoing medical condition is poor very quickly or they quit getting their meds because they are so expensive. So all of you can quit complaining and blaming the poor for everything, they often die off quickly without their meds.
The phones are basic, no frills, no cameras, and have limited minutes. They would be the cheapest of all if they were on the market. and you have to be really poor to get them. I do not begrudge my taxes helping my fellow Americans who are having bad luck, I actually remember what Jesus tried to teach us. and here's a hint Republicans, it wasn't that Money is the One True God.
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