I'm happy to pay for my shot even though I'm Discovery. I just want the darn vaccines to be imported asap. Every day wasted is a national tragedy. I'm happy to subsidise others too - as long as the money goes to efficient distribution of vaccines and not to corrupt pockets.
Slightly off-topic, but I was interested to see that the local services which enter overseas lottery tickets for you, don't actually enter the tickets, they just buy insurance to pay out what you would have got.
Question is who would you get to calculate your insurance odds for you, Jan or SWA :)
I think like many of these things, when they work well then they work well but they collapse on certain customer services issues. I may try 60/60 again although disinclined after the bad experience. Bottles continues to work really well for me.
Actually I tried that a while ago and it seemed to have no effect. Maybe it has improved.
My original point (when I wrote the article) is not that I know the answers as I'm trying to be open. I was concerned at the time about how many so-called 'experts' in the industry were punting truecaller...
So I was getting multiple spam calls and when I removed truecaller my spam calls stopped coming in. I only realised why after that, after doing some digging: https://thecustomeredge.wordpress.com/2018/12/19/alarming-increase-in-trojan-horse-apps/
Woollies delivery is usually so popular you have to wait 2 or 3 days for delivery, but it's efficient with good customer service and one just plans orders in advance. Milk is often a bit suspect but everything else fresh.
Bottles is great, especially with extended hours now, and they sort out...
My spam calls have come down dramatically after I removed truecaller.
Think about the huge amount of information that app collects on users, without any local accountability - it even knows the names of your kids and it collects name/number combination info on people who don't even use the app.