Originally Posted by headless chicken
Okay, that's what I thought. Perhaps I can talk FiOS into only charging for one card because they're both going to be used on the same unit. I know Cablevision charged per card.
Knowing how many others have entered the "Twilight Zone" of Verizon billing, can you only imagine the discussion of trying to persuade someone to give you one card for free, or better, see how they explain it in the antiquated billing system? This seems like a situation begging for a headache (no disrespect in any way meant toward the previous poster).
I mention this because I for grins walked into a local Verizon Plus store last weekend and just asked for the new "n" rated router. I got one for free just for asking (they sell them to others in most cases) but was told to bring back the old router (I've only got three of them to choose from and apparently they aren't aware that once out of contract that you have ownership of the router). I complied however due to their generosity by returning my old D-Link 624 router from the NIM days. The lady asked if I wanted a receipt and couldn't understand why I didn't need one. They didn't even have my name!