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Sprint Gives WiMax Customers - And Itself - An Out

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original version, submitted Jun 18, 2013, 10:04 AM:

Re: just called sprint

I really don't think that the responders or Suciobeats intended to be antagonistic towards you, and I honestly think I myself excel in reading. More likely, if you review our posts, you'll find that we never specified you, but instead identified a type of customer that calls and makes senseless complaints. Reviewing our posts, you'll find that we never identified you specifically as the "complaintive customer," and if, indeed, you plan to upgrade to the device you prefer rather than those offerred by Sprint then you are by definition falling into the second category S-beats defined: those sensible customers who choose to upgrade instead of receiving a device they are not satisfied with. Therefore, I fear your aggression is unnecessary. For example, when S-beats began this conversation in reply to you, he probably was not thinking about how your choice would impact him as much as what this general WiMAX-replacement offer would mean from him as a CSR, which of course is a bunch of stupid calls. So surely, one might say that your complaints are based on an assumption of our supposed antagonism; however, there is none and therefore no reason for name calling or complaint. Have a nice day, Jon, and good luck in your management Smile

edited Jun 18, 2013, 10:51 AM to the current version:

Re: just called sprint

I really don't think that the responders or Suciobeats intended to be antagonistic towards you, and I honestly think I myself excel in reading. More likely, if you review our posts, you'll find that we never specified you, but instead identified a type of customer that calls and makes senseless complaints. Reviewing our posts, you'll find that we never identified you specifically as the "complaintive customer," and if, indeed, you plan to upgrade to the device you prefer rather than those offerred by Sprint then you are by definition falling into the second category S-beats defined: those sensible customers who choose to upgrade instead of receiving a device they are not satisfied with. Therefore, I fear your aggression is unnecessary. For example, when S-beats began this conversation in reply to you, he probably was not thinking about how your choice would impact him as much as what this general WiMAX-replacement offer would mean for him as a CSR, which of course is a bunch of stupid calls. So surely, one might say that your complaints are based on an assumption of our supposed antagonism; however, there is none and therefore no reason for name calling or complaint. Have a nice day, Jon, and good luck in your management Smile

 
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