Verizon Wireless is a giant telecom company with more than 100 million customers, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and more.
It’s also a very, very good wireless carrier.
It has a very low churn rate and a very high overall customer satisfaction rating.
But the carrier has a number of big problems.
Here are some of them.
Verizon’s customer service is a messThe company has been on the receiving end of customer service disasters before.
As it turns out, it’s not as bad as it’s made out to be.
According to data from StatCounter, Verizon Wireless experienced the second-worst churn rate in the US in 2016, behind only Comcast.
And while that doesn’t sound like much, Verizon has the highest churn rate among the top five largest US carriers.
That’s not all.
Verizon also had the third-highest churn rate, after AT&P and Sprint, in the period from June 2018 to February 2019.
And, of course, Verizon’s customer support is very, VERY slow.
The company had a customer support outage in April of 2018.
Verizon had to shut down its website and have to issue a recall in December of 2018 after it was found that some customers were getting phone calls from the wrong number.
And Verizon had a problem with its mobile hotspot system, which caused a large outage in November of 2018, and a similar outage in January of 2019.
In October, the company had to close its website for about two weeks due to a technical glitch.
But its customer service was so bad that it actually received positive customer reviews on the site.
In a company that claims to be “dedicated to making our customers’ experiences easier,” this has become a very common problem.
And the problem only gets worse.
Verizon customers have been saying that they were told that their bills were due in just over a week.
So, why does Verizon’s website and phone number get stuck up on the internet?
According to a TechCrunch article published on December 12, 2018, Verizon customers in California and Florida had their bills for the month of February 2019 due in only five days.
“They told us the bill was due on Wednesday.
I had to go and try to get it,” one customer told TechCrunch.
“We tried calling Verizon and trying to make calls but we were still unable to get ahold of the number,” another said.
“I went to a Verizon store, they told me it was the same.”
In fact, the customer service staff at the store told the reader that it was a “one-time” billing problem and that Verizon’s customers would be given the bill in the next week.
When asked why the company was still waiting to get the bills due, Verizon said that it had an internal process for getting the bills for customers and that it would try to expedite the process once the customers received the bill.
In this case, however, Verizon was not being able to speed up the process.
So it turned out that a large number of customers in those states had their bill sent to the wrong address on Verizon’s billing system, and they had to wait weeks for the bills to arrive.
“It was a very frustrating experience for me,” another customer said.
A Verizon spokesperson said that customers who had received the bills were “grateful and happy to have their bills processed,” and that “we’re continuing to work to make sure we’re all getting our bill on time.”
Verizon’s Customer Support is horribleAnd as we’ve written before, Verizon is not the only one to be in a position of having poor customer service.
According.to data from DigiTimes, Verizon had the second worst customer support in the country in 2016.
That was followed by AT&T, which had the worst customer service in the United States in 2016 and 2017.
The third-worst customer support was from T-mobile, which was the worst overall.
And finally, AT<C had the most bad customer service, followed by T-Mob and T-Mo.
But all of these companies have been able to get away with their poor customer support for a while.
And they’ve done it with the help of a number (or a few) of different marketing strategies.
T-mo’s approach was to focus on making customers more comfortable by having their phones beep when they get a call from the company, for example.
They also had a number that they marketed as “the most convenient and secure” option, in part to encourage people to call.
AT>C used to have a “Phone” feature that allowed customers to set their number to automatically ring their number when a customer called.
That feature was discontinued after a number began ringing for customers who called them.
And T-mob used to give customers a free phone call whenever they bought a new phone, and that feature was removed in March 2018.
But, Tmobile still had a feature called “the fastest