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slimothy said:Ok So you made changes with regard to consumer awareness, which I agree is important. However did the company change its practises? Would you today go to sentech and pay money for thier service today? Thats what I am asking.
slimothy said:I did not say be quiet, please scroll up 4 posts and read that before making assumptions. I think healthy debate is good but your comments are bordering on insults. Please just make your points and we can end up sharing ideas because we are int he same boat, just with different viewpoints about how to handle the problem.
And the sheep thing??? didn't you call people like me sheep??
OK i get your fingers were burnt and you wont be going back, but would you say that they changed thier practises to be where you would have wanted them to be when you first joined or do you consider it 'crap'noone said:Yes and no.
Yes they've changed, and no I won't go back to them. The latter is because of personal preferences and the money wasted. The way they treated me as a customer was appauling enough for me to stay away forever. I will also not recommend Sentech to anyone EVER. Again, due to their inability to service my needs (both internet and client relations wise)
thats a little something I found, so I guess both our methods are part of consumer activismWhat is consumer activism?
Consumer activism is citizen action aimed at influencing corporate decisions, corporate power, or the allocation of societal goods and values. Examples of this “new” and increasingly popular form of political participation include boycotts, buycotts (purchasing products for political reasons), socially conscious investing, a variety of politically-oriented shareholder tactics (e.g., proposing a resolution, testifying at a shareholder meeting, disrupting a shareholder meeting), protests directed at corporate or quasi-governmental organizations (e.g., chambers of commerce, the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund), and protests targeting businesses directly (e.g., protests in front of stores selling animal fur, union picket lines).
P0tenc said:I realy realy hope they get it right. Otherwise I got a R2800 door stop!
noone said:another idiot who bought a modem that only works for a specific service. I hope they fail because it looks like you have money to burn.
I'd buy an ADSL modem because I have more than 1 option with ADSL (speaking purely about service providers) with iburst and sentech you don't have a choice, so i seriously don't see paying an extra 150 per month for something that can turn into a piece of crap soon can justify an expense of 2800.