Nice try, but terrible timing. Better luck next year.
Yep. Funny thing is, in that graphic, if you turn that house around, it becomes a facade... ironically appropriate.
My favorite memory is when you "surpised" us after promising "no surprises"
Okay this is the best post in this thread. Bravo! 😂
@Brooke_C For the record, none of the negativity is being directed at you. You and the mods do a great job with what you have to work with. I think most of us appreciate your efforts.
Folks, to be fair, this celabratory post is intended for the broader Public Mobile customer base. Only those of us on the $120/12 gig/90 day were mistreated. If anyone feels this is not for you, move on. To that end, I will refrain from raining on the picnic. The unaffected customer base can have a slice of e-cake. Enjoy, it is calorie free!
The real irony is that those two oracles appear to have one foot out the door. I'm also not sure that the introduction of 3G speeds received as big a fanfare as it is made out to be.
Credit to the mods and oracles though for all their help... administrative questions that I personally couldn't care to answer. Also, thanks to PM for bucking the trend with the 2016 Fall promo... and, no thanks for pulling that stunt last month.
Dear PM, I'll let you know if I filed my divorce papers after this weekend.... oh, you'll find out anyways... from your sister.
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@Brooke_C, This in my opinion is:
Also, With The Tel Us CEO stating conflicting Nonsense, I think that this has become more like:
Where’s the part about you trying to increase prices? I knew the infographic seems a little off