AT&T Ups Throttling Threshold to 3GB
Top message: interesting... by Tomdg07
Replying to: Re: interesting... by dlmjr
Who gave you the right to dictate to a private company how to run it's business and make demands of it.
I have a voice and an opinion. I can state my voice an opinion. You say it like what I suggest must become law, when it is simply my opinion of what a real solution is.
ATT offers a service.
If you don't like the service offered, don't buy it.
It is very, very simple.
It's none of your business how much and when ATT invests in it's network.
Actually, it is partly my business because I own stock in AT&T, hence I get a voice. But, besides that... I also show my voice with my wallet, which is why I have Verizon Wireless service.
Do you tell Ford or Chrysler how and when to invest in their factories?
When was the last time you demanded that Delta purchase a new fleet of planes?
Why do you think you have some right to make demands of how ATT operates it's business?
Actually, I do voice my concern in every aspect. This is a phone site where discussions are expected. Why else would there be a "comments" section. Do you know how I voice my concerns? With my wallet. If I feel that Ford or GM is not doing what I believe is the right thing, not only will I speak out, but I'll refuse my business to them. The same goes with Delta and any other company, especially companies in which I own some stock in.
On top of all of that, let's not forget that these wireless companies use public airwaves as part of their business, so on top of voicing my concern and expressing my idea of what I believe to be right or wrong, I can vote for politicians who can push the FCC to make changes, or offer legislation to do so themselves. And, let's not turn this into a debate of how effective (or ineffective) the government is.
The point is, I can express my opinion of what I feel is the right thing. No one is saying it must be law, so take a chill pill and actually contribute to the discussion instead of badgering other users without actually adding value to the discussion.
- Re: interesting... by whatwhatjbdo