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Top message:  If you're not a customer then why worry about it? by tastesfunny85   Oct 31, 2010, 12:08 PM

Replying to:  Re: If you're not a customer then why worry about it? by mobilemadness   Oct 31, 2010, 8:01 PM

Re: If you're not a customer then why worry about it?

by tastesfunny85    Nov 1, 2010, 12:16 AM

Thanks for your comment mobilemadness, I don't know if most of them are actual US Cellular customers. There are a lot of people who argue just to argue, especially in the forum world. To say US Cellular is being a secular religion because they coined the belief project i feel is a bit of a leap. belief is defined as the mental state or act of placing trust in another. to most christians or any religious person that may take you to your trust in god but in this instance US Cellular would be talking about their belief in customer service. The belief plans are meant to do numerous things. the most of which are to drive growth and profit for the company while providing a simplistic plan structure that customers have been asking for. So i guess my question to you is that. Would there be so much controversy if the "gimmick" were called something else?

The plans will evolve and prices will be adjusted as needed. And from a stand point of price i'd rather pay $90 for a phone that works then throw $50 away for a phone that doesn't. Cricket and Boost are notorious for not only having **** networks but also being very shady companies. I'll keep my money with USCC and keep on fighting for the underdog.

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