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Marketers are still scratching their heads over Verizon’s move to drop 4.5 million verizon.net email addresses, leaving users to fend for themselves. These poor folks have to move to AOL, choose another service or let their accounts be deleted. And they have to do it quickly. Among the skeptics is Ryan Phelan, head of marketing for Adestra’s U.S. group. He begins with the cautionary statement that “the whole move seems a little harsh and hurried,” but that’s the least of it. “You’ve got to wonder what the impetus is because they’re giving up a lot by this move,” he …
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The email world was shaken on Friday when Verizon announced it was deactivating its 4.5 million verizon.net email addresses, essentially abandoning its service. Here's what it means for consumers and marketers.
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