aside from the.... actual first hand evidence of it that Dave's Blog presented. You did RTFA, right?
the one you link to says this :
First, a statement of the obvious. Customer service reps are pretty much the last people who would know about such a policy, let alone be able to inform customers of it.
Not my experience at all.
Add to this the usual confounding factors—non-native English speakers, a desire to "resolve" the customer's problem as quickly as possible (even if this means simply agreeing to what they say just to make them go away), and insufficient knowledge to actually go off-script—and the statements that Raphael cites as evidence don't really stand up.:
Yes, those glad-handling misinformed foreigners, tricky tricky tricky.
Basically that counter 'evidence' is supposition. I suppose i could call that actual evidence, but I would hate myself in the morning. Even if I were to take it in as fact, it leaves a conclusion that either Verizon has very very bad customer service, or the bad policies towards traffic which have been documented, or both. I say both.
Glad to hear any actual evidence that they do not do this though, maybe some broad based traffic studies - rather than the accumulated rounding errors that you would like us to assume adds up to a much less likely story of absolute innocence and corporate right-doing.
(was editing when you replied. not ninja edits)