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“Outages were also reported in Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina.”
“Outages of four days or more would result in a full month's credit.”
“Outages are bad for business; technological stupidity will destroy a firm's rep with fanatics.”
“More Earlier: Verizon Outages, Fees Irk Customers It capped a tough month for the nation's largest cellphone carrier, which was beset by three nationwide service outages after boasting it had exceeded its own goals in rolling out a new high-speed wireless data network.”
“Outages (such as the Google downtime) happens to everyone … but I am glad they were able to fix the problem.”
“Outages such as happened to “Google” do not happen to everyone.”
“Outages could cause the number of subscribers to decline even faster, however.”
“Outages may also help explain why in the last 30 days not a single petition that reached the 150 threshold also reached the 25,000 signature threshold, a stark contrast to the first 30 days.”
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