Re: "IN" calling revisited
- From: "Lena" <lenagainster@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 12 Sep 2005 02:57:49 -0700
Elmo P. Shagnasty wrote:
> It's not flawed at all. It's operating exactly as designed. It's
> simply telling you that a phone number is IN the Verizon Wireless
That IS very misleading, and I would definitely call it "flawed". If
that's the way it was designed, it is confusing the issue of "IN"
calling with "in or on the Verizon network". "IN" calling means a free
call, in the network does not.
What is going to happen when a customer who has used that website,
plucks their own number in and sees that they are *IN*, thinks they now
have free "IN" calling, burns up 10000 minutes and gets a bill for $450
I wonder if Verizon Customer Service is capable of explaining the