No customers please, we’re Telecom
Telecom were once the country’s largest company. They’ve been nobbled several times by big government, but their slow slide has also been due to manifest incompetence.
Take the way they’ve chosen to end their CDMA Network—a directive to 600,000 subscribers that as of tomorrow their expensive phones will no longer work, so get on and sign up for a new plan on their XT network.
Why would you stick with a company that treated you like that?
It’s not the first time. They’ve done it before. It’s an exact parallel to their decision a decade ago to end their 025 network—handled exactly the same, and then as now a direct invitation for all those customers to stampede (as I did) towards Telecom’s competitors.
Who, naturally, are waiting with open arms.
Sometimes, you have to wonder whether there’s a brain upstairs at Telecom at all. Or any interest in looking after their customers.