John Dalton wrote:My parting comment is that you should forward this up the chain to John Linton. I think this issue will have a negative impact on Exetel's business when it does not have to. As an owner Mr Linton can run the business as he sees fit and can choose to ignore this issue but you do him and Exetel a disservice if you do not bring it to his attention. Thank you for your time.
Get off your HH...
From my point of view:
They are trying to improve things, and you're being totally negative. Even my mother has mobile, she's 65+ and I never thought I would see the day she had one. And my brother too...they still have passbooks.
1. SMS'ing is better for me, and probably, I guess, 95% of other users. Yes, you can email it as well I suppose, but it *is* an improvement. Even though 'you've disproved it'.
2. Mobile internet is not an option for prepaid, real Vodafone, and probably most other low cost mobile plans (bar maybe Exetel). For me personally it would cost $1 for every time the phone checked my email. As the papers said today, 85%+ of phone users do not use there internet capabilities because of prohibitive costs.
Oh, and of course, FA=JL, in case you didn't realise..