• Petitioned Jeffrey Nelson

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Open Development, Public Policy and Consumer Issues, 4G LTE Networks
Jeffrey Nelson
David Small
CEO, Verizon Wireless
Ivan Seidenberg
Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless

Verizon Wireless: Announce a date for the Galaxy Nexus release

    1. Matthew Hamann
    2. Petition by

      Matthew Hamann

      Charlotte, NC

Verizon has been stalling in their release of the Galaxy Nexus since its announcement in mid-October. It's time we take this matter into our own hands and create such a public outcry that they have no choice but to announce a date and stick to it.

Recent signatures


    1. Keep the pressure on!

      Matthew Hamann
      Petition Organizer

      We've just crossed the big "100" signers mark, and we know there are a whole lot more people out there who are just as frustrated with the Verizon Galaxy Nexus situation as we are! I encourage you to reach out via Facebook, Twitter, an email to help others find (and sign) this petition. The bigger the numbers, the louder the voice.

      December 15th (this Thursday) is supposedly the new launch date Verizon has set, but we all know how many times this has been pushed back already. Let's keep the pressure on as Thursday approaches. We don't want Verizon pushing this out yet again. It's just not fair to customers (especially those with dying phones, like my OG Droid owners)!!

      Get the word out! Let's tell Verizon that we won't stand for any more delays!

    2. Reached 100 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Brandonh Oswalt HAYWARD, CA
      • almost 3 years ago

      verizon is technically the best it's time they start being accountable like the best

    • Midori Wada SOMERVILLE, NJ
      • almost 3 years ago

      Verizon, if you want to establish a high-end smartphone customer base by charging $300 per device, you also have to start acting like a high-end provider. Everyone knows that the units are in-store already, waiting for corporate OK and yet no one has an answer for why it has been delayed.

      There is a huge buzz surrounding this phone, and every day that passes in silence without a release date or even reason for the delay is another horde of annoyed customers who think less and less of your service. You should have been honest with your customers about why and when - Perhaps the fault was even Google's, but because of your actions and silence you've implicated yourselves.

      I've been with you on home, personal, and enterprise plans for over a decade, believing Verizon to be the most reliable and professional wireless provider. Your actions (or lack thereof) surrounding the release of this phone are sadly proving me wrong.

    • Bob Cain NILES, MI
      • almost 3 years ago

      Sick of the way Verizon is treating their customers....communication 101 guys!

    • Amy Kirner SHERMAN, CT
      • almost 3 years ago

      All I want is a publicized release date. The silence is deafening.

    • Curtis Dale GLEN BURNIE, MD
      • almost 3 years ago

      I've been up for an upgrade since July and this phone, the only pure device and only one worth upgrading to on the carrier, is the one I've had my eye on. The idea that this phone was announced nearly 2 months ago and is not released yet is insanely frustrating, especially considering it's already available in most other countries in the world. Also frustrating is the tight lipped nature of the ordeal on Verizon's part, making the only available info rumor and speculation. Not only that but the rumored reason for all the delays is so that they can taint the pure Google experience by removing features and adding bloatware that isn't necessary and no one wants. I can't even comprehend how its even legal for them to remove features to nickel and dime us for them later. The corporate greed is appalling. I've been a subscriber for over 10 years now and can't recall being more frustrated with a launch (even though the Touch Pro 2 was handled similarly). Its time to release the phone already and stop annoying your customers.


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