- May 4, 2012
So by your logic you must pay for something you don't use at all?Best argument in the room boys and girls. By that logic you should also only pay for the specific roads you drive on, the police when you need it, same goes for the fire department, and let’s not forget that you should obviously only pay for the infrastructure that you personally use when you see fit.
Thing is you have the option to turn on the radio or the TV at any time and that’s what you’re paying for. You don’t need to make any playlists, download music, stream music and you even get some live news and traffic info. Not a bad deal for less than R0.73 per day.
You do know you pay for when you actually use the roads and for how much you use them? Also the fire department bills you when you use them so dumb example. I'm also used to only pay for infrastructure I use. If I don't use water or electricity I don't pay for it. I don't pay for the Vuma fibre outside my house just because it's available. I don't pay Vodacom when I don't use them. I don't pay Telkom when I don't use them. I pay Cell C because I actually do use them.
Literally almost everything works the opposite way you say it does so what's your argument here?