Hi. That was very refreshing. Learned quite a bit from the PM Team. How the industry works to degree, Tri-Sims are quite flexible, if using the nano, and need to slip back for micro or regular size, no need for adapter, Sims already have ability for Tablet use, very good, PM's possible goals, SMS Short Code premium messaging, Wallet, Roaming, all the info, Very intrigued. Encouraged by this, PM may actually succeed. Place thy faith, in Public Mobile, and PM will reward the mass clients. Yes, I see a Bright future ahead.
I, Me, Myself. No body else showed up. Surprised. But, had the undivided attention of PM Team. Asked the tough questions, brought up the Valid Ideas that will help PM become even more viable, so that everyone who's proud to be a PM Client will ultimately be as happy as New England Clam Chowder. That's the PM experience that Money can not buy.
Cannot say. They are concentrating on The Core stuff, Popular stuff at the moment, and of course technical stuff too. Plus, They're not as fully staffed like other carriers, so they must work within their means. Plus, with fact that PM in this concept is very unique, first of its kind in Canada, b4 PM can begin to expand, first thing is ensure network is viable, Client is happy, service is delivered with as little disruptions possible. That takes time. If they did, per say, get to the level of sophistication and reliance where previous services on CDMA era were given a second chance, above what we're receiving, and prices were within reason, and terms were in best possible condition, I could see Telus possibly maybe taking extraordinary step in rolling out this New Service concept. Plus, I did mentioned bout Where Handsets can bought if Finding store where you don't have to sign as a client, and such, they are seriously looking into this, as PM is a BYOD, being able to find your Phone mate can be difficult. If you wanted Samsung 6, or Moto X 2nd Gen, or Nexus 6, example, can't hop to Your nearest doorbell for it, online even, or Rogers, Fido, or some Windy place out there. They will make you yield to them as a # so and so client, and then there's contracts, Sim prices, Rubbish. Telus online store, Koodo stores for their Purple label phones, Or WalMart's or Best Buy's Sad prepaid selection, or staples somewhat more palatable selection. Plus, When I mentioned bout SMS Short Codes, Was informed at how carriers are given the bill from owners of specific short codes in a roughly 90 day cycle, how prepaid is a bit hard to do, but not impossible, if Carriers made arrangements with those businesses on using a Wallet system, topping up, etc, then possibly, not saying yes, but at least a possibility. Roaming is more like later down the road, as they haven't ruled it out, just simmering first, they need to get the priorities in line first. Also, brought up the Technical support stuff. Suggested that maybe PM Moderators, as a Last possible resort, if all else fails, pm client and have client contact them for one on one talk, haven't brought up the Echat, time constraints, but I believe that all in all, all resources will be used, plus I even suggested that they perhaps have a link for APN Set-up for BB, Android, Apple, so that ppl will have the means to get all the info, without having to ask as much, and of course, for most common troubleshooting, easy ones, some intermediate, but the tougher ones would require more expertise, but common easy ones have a YT tutorial on these, so that ppl can learn the ropes of this. Now I did say, and yes, its not something I like personally, but if ppl can't or don't have the patience or willingness to adapt, that maybe then that a return to the Postpaid line is more in line. Not wanting to sound harsh, really loathe myself for that, but its unfortunately a fact. PM is a BYOD and a DIYS carrier, so that prices are at relative reasonable price, which I understand. We need to adapt to new way of things. Understanding how this works is key in successful relationship.
Thank you @Martin. Was disappointed at lack of ppl coming, but yes, had PM team's undivided attention. Asked all the questions, concerns, inquiries, so that at the end of the day, the Mass clientele can have the most pleasant, enjoyable, excellent service possible. A win-win for PM and the clientele.
Also, for those who may not always be aware, Beta has NO time period. If service is deemed ready for public, that's when it will be released. But until then, Beta isn't going anywhere soon. I believe that's the correct thing. Let's not stumble, but let's get it right for all to enjoy. That's the PM touch.