"With the HopeLine app, we are giving necessary resources to victims seeking help, as well as individuals looking to get involved," said Elva Lima, executive director of community relations and multicultural communications at Verizon Wireless. "Wireless phones and technology can serve as a vital lifeline for those who need support, and we are putting the power of our network and devices in the hands of those who need it."
This is a good thing but if the person in a relationship is abusive and a control freak which it seems most are won't they erase or discontinue it from the persons phone whom there abusing?
I think that's why these helplines encourage that the victim has a second phone used just for talking on the helpline that they could stash somewhere. They simply need to request one from Verizon's cell phone recycling program.
"You can't just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to
them. By the time you get it built, they'll want something new."
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