Verizon Wireless users sue over disabled Bluetooth features

eWeek |  Mobile & Wireless

Verizon Wireless wooed users with a Motorola v710 phone - but customers found that some of the Bluetooth features that Motorola advertised in the phone were turned off by Verizon in favor of the wireless carrier's own paid services. Now a group of consumers are filing suit against the phone company.

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