This week Verizon announced it would be buying AOL in an effort to get new revenue streams. How could that be bad?
Here’s yet another example of “the customer is always right,” especially when it comes to fees for financial products. Last week, Verizon Wireless said it would start charging subscribers $2 for every payment made online or over the phone with a credit card. The company said the new “convenience fee” would cover transaction costs and
Verizon Wireless and American Express have teamed up for digital payments. Verizon customers will be able to set up Serve accounts, a digital platform created by American Express, on the the phone company’s mobile phones or tablets, the companies announced Monday. The service links a customer’s bank, debit or credit card account to fund a