This is a discussion on I'm done waiting. You lost me, Verizon. within the Verizon forums, part of the Android Phone Carriers category; Originally Posted by Yadao I'm not trying to be disrespectful here, but has anyone noticed how the people who already have a Nexus One are ...
You guys have way to high expectations from Verizon. Who the hell said they HAVE TO bring this phone in Spring. I know you guys are frustrated of waiting, but it is your fault for choosing this. You could've of picked up other phones but you chose to wait. What I'm trying to say is don't blame Verizon. Verizon never did crap to you guys.
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I think I'm going to leave because the iphone hasn't come out................ see how retarded that statment sounds? Does it sound reasonable? No. Point clear.
The reason for the frustration is that we are all on Verizon...want to stay with verizon...and want the N1. Simple enough. I live in Chicago where AT&T service is HORRIBLE. Dropped calls, slow data, poor service in areas....why would I want to switch to AT&T. I could go to T-Mobile, but I travel a lot and cannot be without service. Verizon it is.
Not necessarily MAD at Verizon for the N1 not being out...more frustrated an over anxious at the fact that it has not yet come out and we COULD have it if we were on another network...
Bought the AT&T N1.
Ummmm actually, everyone has their right to be perfectly frustrated.
Thats halfway into the Nexus One's lifespan.......it's already becoming outdated and being bested by other phones. I doubt anyone would want to get this phone in June when the HTC EVO is released and the new iPhone is very nearby also. The Motorola Shadow is going to be out also and that phone is going to push graphics capabilities with it's new OMAP 3630.
Just saying, if the Nexus One is really due for June.....how many of you are actually willing to wait that long, the phone is gonna be replaced soon after.
I've posted about this before: I a firm believer that the vast majority of frustrations over the the cdma release date should not be directed at Verizon, but rather at Google. We all automatically assume that "Big Red" is to blame, but there is no basis for it.
This is a Google phone - period. They designed it, they are selling it and they are, more-or-less, supporting it. Verizon is simply a service provider.
Don't get me wrong. Verizon isn't a bowl of cherries to deal with. Out of all the carriers, they've always been the leader of monetizing every possible feature, add-on and finite service they offer. In fact, I'll still never understand why the Iphone partnership didn't begin with Verizon. Maybe too many cooks in the kitchen.
I digress. While there is plenty of reasons to point fingers at Verizon, we still need to remember that Google is leading this project. Whether it be a conflict over revenue sharing between Verizon and Google, a hardware issue or pending litigation with Apple. These frustrations and questions should be addressed by Google, because for all intensive purpose - this is their product.
True...but Verizon (im sure) has a say in what phones they offer and the quality of those phones as well. According to some posts on here from Verizon sources (rumors, I know) the main hold-up is the testing process that Verizon is putting the N1 through. I feel that Google and Verizon are at fault here.
Bought the AT&T N1.