Glen Harby who was able to be helped on Wednesday, says, “just bear with them. I mean, you know, it’s, it’s a transition, and the staff is very nice and helpful and, you know, they’re, they’re, you know, they’re trying but they can only do so much. I think with the transition and this it’s been kind of hectic for everyone.”
Flip phones that that’s where the problem seems to lie, and I know there’s not that many of them in, in service, but there’s enough of them, especially in the rural areas,” says Proffitt Brown. On the other side, Becca Turner had a smoother transition into Verizon. “We haven’t had any issues. Thankfully, I’m sure that there is an issue because you know, I have seen the lines. But as far as our experience, it has been great Verizon has been great for us has been great to us,” added Turner. Renea says thanks to social media she was able to help fix her father’s phone, “he can receive phone calls and, and he can receive text messages, and he can call out, you know, he could always call out he just couldn’t receive phone calls for about six days and, and that that was our issue.”
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