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Let's face it. In the era of the Internet, a promise is a promise, unless of course it comes from your telco carrier. Back in the winter months Verizon Wireless let all Zoom owners and potential buyers know that their state of the art Android tablet, made by Motorola would be upgradeable to LTE. Coinciding with that there was the online promise that these upgrades would be ready to go in May.
Well it's now July, and guess what. There's no upgrade in site, and now the latest news is "Summer." And, calls to Verizon Wireless Customer Service result in, we have no dates yet for the upgrade, while visits to Verizon Wireless stores point the finger at Motorola. I'm guessing at some point someone points the finger at Google but who knows. More importantly, who cares. The point is that most recently, a Verizon Wireless CSR told me that there's no assurance that the upgrade will occur, and offered to disconnect my data plan that has been in effect since March. I found all of this funny, in a sick way, as Verizon Wireless has been listing how to handle the upgrade for a few months.