Verizon Math

It seems that

George Vaccaro recently had a problem with his Verizon based on an unfortunate miscommunication of currency. The crux of the matter was that he was quoted .002 cents per kilobyte for data during a trip to Canada but was charged .002 dollars. Normally this would have been an easy fix, however several humorous calls later the Verizon reps still were unable to discern the difference between the two rates.

It’s just simple math people. It’s amazing what passes for an education these days. Check out his account it is extremely funny (and sad at the same time).

[via Slashdot]

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