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    Unhappy It seems we're Back to codetel

    Well i was browsing their main website Verizon.com.do and you can see a image with the Codetel word on it, this has a link about the configuration to the Outlook accounts with @codetel.net.do also today i saw and ad on the Listin Diario newspaper on the society section. Well anyways it seems that we're back to codetel, lets hope at least that they improve their service

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    as shakspear said: that we call a shyt under by any other name will smell the same....

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    Good news for some - the ones who were too cheap to change their letterheads, business cards, signs etc and still have [email protected] as their address.

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    Goodbye Verizon, Codetel is back
    All today's newspapers carry a two-page advertisement announcing the official changing of the guard at Verizon, the nation's largest telecommunications company. The announcement by American Movil, the largest telecommunications business in Latin America, says that the mobile communications segment will be known as CLARO, and CODETEL, the previous brand name for the telephone company, would be again used for the segment in charge of land lines and internet services.

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    They've always been Jodetel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celt202 View Post
    They've always been Jodetel.
    I thought it was Joketel....

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    Default Choice for Land Lines and DSL

    We have just been notified about the change of our e-mail from
    verizon .net .do to claro-codetel.
    We had heard nothing good about the prior service of Codetel before we
    arrived in the DR.
    The question is how do we change to another DSL provider if we are not
    happy with the change or service after April 30. It is a royal pain in the
    a** to change e-mails with all banks, credit card and other companies.
    Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Bear

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    What is the truth behind Verizon's "departure" from the DR? Any predictions regarding future service (or would it be best not to ask?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by vevy View Post
    What is the truth behind Verizon's "departure" from the DR? Any predictions regarding future service (or would it be best not to ask?).
    They will continue with Verizon technology and Codetel customer service.

    That's called batting 500 in baseball.

    (For metric football and cricket fans that's getting a 'hit' every other time at bat which is a good thing.......in baseball)

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    Service is probably not going to improve and technology wise they will start falling behind like they are in other Latin countries where they own companies.

    At least with Verizon we would get the latest technologies implemented...that's about to change, even if you won't notice it right away.

    Hopefully this will mean that Orange will start gaining a larger space and maybe they will keep bringing in the latest technologies...

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