- Nov 11, 2009
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I agree with this.
Definitely dodgy ruling. I'm right in the middle of a covered area but struggle like hell with reception and filed complaints with DSTV/Multichoice that lead to explanations about trees and other objects around my home interfering with the signal ... just my "bad luck". I found a solution of sorts but it is not how I want it to be. It is definitely not "anywhere" viewing.
Ummmm.... you did see that I only agreed with a certain part of the ruling, did you?I don't! They advertise a product, it says anytime anywhere. The average Joe on the street trusts that he is going to get a gadget that will enable him to watch tv anytime anywhere. The customer feels confident in his/her purchase until he tries it out and discovers no reception?!!
To be fair the onus should not be on the consumer to make sure the product advertising is true and transparent, in this case it most certainly is not, if it were then 'TV sometimes in some places' would be more like the slogan they should have used, THIS would have prompted the consumer to now check area availability, no?
No problems...I have no bones with you bro, I disagreed completely on the false advertising. sorry if i sounded confrontational.