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  1. tony bag o donuts's Avatar
    Logic, from the Greek λογικός (logikos)[1] is the study of reasoning.[2] Logic is used in most intellectual activity, but is studied primarily in the disciplines of philosophy, mathematics, and computer science. Logic examines general forms which arguments may take, which forms are valid, and which are fallacies.

    Waste: Point of this thread continuing.
    02-07-10 09:12 PM
  2. Gawain's Avatar
    Logic, from the Greek λογικός (logikos)[1] is the study of reasoning.[2] Logic is used in most intellectual activity, but is studied primarily in the disciplines of philosophy, mathematics, and computer science. Logic examines general forms which arguments may take, which forms are valid, and which are fallacies.

    Waste: Point of this thread continuing.
    Not a waste if you whip out a bag of donuts and continue jabber-jawing over breakfast.
    02-08-10 08:09 AM
  3. tony bag o donuts's Avatar
    Not a waste if you whip out a bag of donuts and continue jabber-jawing over breakfast.
    True...or at night with some popcorn!
    02-08-10 08:35 AM
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    None of the carriers, save T-Mobile, make any distinction in their price plans, based on the purchase of a phone or CPE. They will make the distinction in offering a contract for service though, and thus ETF applicability.

    To borrow a line from the movie "Taken": "The price is the price."
    So lets play this logic game now... Logic tells you there are 2 ways for Verizon to recoup the cost of a device. If you fail to live by your contract and terminate, then you pay ETF correct? Why? To pay for the device of course! Then logic tells you that the 2nd way to pay the device off is to live by your agreed 2 year contract and pay nothing!

    Do you really think that this is a gift to you from Verizon??? Or does logic tell you that within those 2 years, their profits from you were high enough for them to say, "no worries, its yours," to a $599 device that was given to you at 1/3 the cost... Use your noodle and think. Just because their profit margins are invisible to the naked eye, doesnt mean you dont have the ability to see them
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