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4 years 9 months ago #11 by JTSR71
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"We believe in fanatical customer support "

What is it with these carriers?

It does not seem to matter whether one is dealing with Verizon, Ting, Puppy or any other operator.


You know that Feb 11 was extended to Sep 21 don't you? :silly:

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4 years 9 months ago #12 by JTSR71
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What we need now is Hamster Wireless. :)


Richard Gere's MVNO.

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4 years 9 months ago #13 by Extraterrestrial_Zoologist
This is really kind of funny...:

The only thing they ask in advanced is your zip code (like FreedomPop), you do get to see the rates and such before giving any personal details

Just had another look & the problem seems to be that their site is not 100% Mozilla-friendly - I say that because looking WAY over to the left it tells me the zipcode is required - but there is no place showing in my browser to put one !!
I'll try anudder browser just to see it better, shortly.

Thanks for the clue Tardis !!

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4 years 9 months ago #14 by TARDIS
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Odd, my Firefox it shows right in the center of the screen, but I'm on a mac, so maybe that's the difference?
I hope the other browser works for you :)

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4 years 9 months ago #15 by Extraterrestrial_Zoologist
Got into that whole page using Vivaldi well enough.
Saw very easily that Puppy is mostly oriented towards heavier data users.
Nothing there came remotely close to the attractiveness I found in Twigby, Ting and especially Cellnuvo.

Thanks for the pointer to the OP.
Helpful in reinforcing that we've chosen well in our RP replacements.

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4 years 9 months ago #16 by TARDIS
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Got into that whole page using Vivaldi well enough.
Saw very easily that Puppy is mostly oriented towards heavier data users.
Nothing there came remotely close to the attractiveness I found in Twigby, Ting and especially Cellnuvo.

Thanks for the pointer to the OP.
Helpful in reinforcing that we've chosen well in our RP replacements.


Everyone is different and has different needs :)
I'm currently debating between the $5.00 for 100/100/100 (which my Mad Snow plan taught me is more than enough for average months) and CellNuVo. It's a matter of do I want to pay or spend time swapping at ads.

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4 years 9 months ago #17 by Oldbooks1
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Thanks for posting this--I had no idea that was the case.

I guess the General Counsel concluded that inserting "customer" avoided a potential can of worms.

It is hard to know what words mean these days.

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