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Topic # 68269 17-Sep-2010 22:11
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i made a complaint...and ive rung every day since 3 times a day..the ball is finally moving. Im dealing directly with Senior Tech and Fault Managers..ive done my research and nailed them every time they tried to bite back.
I work in a contact centre and i know if you want something keep bugging them til you get it..lol

Battle is still going but i have a good feeling...best of luck

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  Reply # 381482 17-Sep-2010 23:49
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Cool story bro

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  Reply # 381496 18-Sep-2010 00:28
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Sigh, do we really need threads like this? 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 381500 18-Sep-2010 00:38
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I hope it's worth the effort for your unlimited data through the straw.

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  Reply # 381502 18-Sep-2010 00:50
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djfscube27: your not doing it right !!


No. You're not doing it right




.....c'mon sucker lick my battery........
binary solo...0000110000110000111...

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  Reply # 381505 18-Sep-2010 01:00
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djfscube27: i made a complaint...and ive rung every day since 3 times a day..the ball is finally moving. Im dealing directly with Senior Tech and Fault Managers..ive done my research and nailed them every time they tried to bite back.
I work in a contact centre and i know if you want something keep bugging them til you get it..lol

Battle is still going but i have a good feeling...best of luck


Must be that time of the night... off to sleep now, hope to wake up to more intelligent discussions.

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  Reply # 381512 18-Sep-2010 04:01
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djfscube27:


No your (sic) not!




Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.


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