NetZero Free 4G (WiMAX) Mobile Broadband Plan vs Verizon, AT&T, Sprint & T-Mobile

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  1. Rama

    I feel that I do speak for the future and the people plus the company. After all without each of us no one will exist. (One) the air time is free, so why not make the money on what is real and that is the object that is being used. (two) Ok charge a monthly but make the price right and you get more or all the customers in percentage wise. (three)And add the Hot Spot to be unlimited useage. I mean before real here you would make a hell lot of money because you are answering the peoples call and you will also be fulling there needs. (four) keep the no contract people like that, makes them feel that they are in control…

    From the Company end. To the COO and other head management, come on how much money do you really need to make from the people? Example – instead of 40 mil a year can you live with 30 or 35 mil because you made the price right for all to use…? Actually you may make more then your doing now because your inviting people who would never normally use your company because of price and limitations…

    Please understand I went out and asked 50 people – if the price was right for example 25 dollars a month and you got unlimited usage would you use this company… 62% said they would 20% they would think of it and see how its working for the rest… 12% said if they would do a Rent to Own on the Hot Spot it would make them think twice…

    Maybe I don’t know what I am talking about but I am here to share with your marketing people and concept lets make something worth the time and future…



  2. Daniel

    1.I think the internet will be dominated by fewer and fewer brands as consolidation continues. For that reason compitition is ecential to drive down prices. Providers are making ‘BILLIONS’ in excess of true costs….not so much for their investers. For this I support NERZERO. I only wish they could/would make it faster. I remember leaving my computer to give dialup time to load. DSL makes this unnecessary. With that said, I think Netzero is an important part of the IP landscape, and I commend them for their inovation and sticktoavness…GO NETZERO.


  3. Glen Miza

    If you buy Netzero’s device and it won’t connect for whatever reason, Tough. They won’t guarantee their coverage map and won’t refund your purchase of their device.


  4. Paco Martinez

    Me and my cousin had just stopped by Albasterdsons’s Supermarket: The had the carton cirgettes availabe in the liquor dept along with discontinuated iteams. Anyway, I had just buyed a NetZero device and was going to test it; Got home, GOT it set up and then my drunk cousin throwed up on it! Yuck. I had to clean it off but afterwards it workdid. Amazing stuff this new electronics technology.


    • biff dorkstein

      you da man, Paco!


  5. Al Morris

    Strongbear, what in the world are you talking about? How is the ‘airtime’ free? Somebody pays for the transmission and receiving towers along with their maintenance and upkeep. In addition, your data is NOT all traveling through the air. It eventually gets input into the internet and high speed data lines.

    These companies are owned by investors who put their their money into their stock in order to make money.

    You sound like the typical idealist naive kumbaya individual who thinks just because it would be a nice thing to do, it is a good idea. Netflicks and others make it all sound so easy but we simply do not have the data capacity to transmit unlimited HD quality video for every user. Try spending time somewhere like Iraq where it cost $100 per month for 256kbps and you’ll really learn the amount of data consumed when transmitting even low quality video. If you’re real lucky, you can do Skype video to video but don’t count on it.


  6. annapavonea
    • Rico

      Where can I see results from this survey, I just completed it but expected to see results?


  7. Don

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