Verizon seemed to get into a bit of trouble on Sunday. In order to be helpful, Verizon suggested users turn off 5G to save battery. However, this didn’t go the way they expected as they had to delete the tweet.
Verizon Suggested Users Turn Off 5G to Save Battery
As The Verge observes, this means that Verizon suggested users turn of 5G in the phones that have it. The reason why this is a bit weird because Verizon is making a big push in 5G.
“Are you noticing that your battery life is draining faster than normal?” Verizon wrote in the tweet. “One way to help conserve battery life is to turn on LTE. Just go to Cellular > Cellular Data Options > Voice & Data and tap LTE.”
A Twitter user was quick to point out the irony. He called Verizon out on the tweet that suggested users turn off 5G on their phones.
The interesting thing is that Verizon replied to the user who called them out. But they steered the conversation to 5G speeds instead of the battery advice. Verizon also deleted the original tweet that suggested users switch to LTE.
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