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Replying to:  Why the assertion you should only comment in a USCC forum if you are a current customer/employee? by yourvoiceofreason   Nov 3, 2010, 3:02 AM

Re: Why the assertion you should only comment in a USCC forum if you are a current customer/employee

by erikpkp    Nov 3, 2010, 12:21 PM

Yes, your are quite right. Everyone has the right to post. But however when the post holds no merit is where the issue occurs.

Negative criticism is always welcome, but it only holds merit when someone has the knowledge of a first hand experience, it holds no merit when someone blaintely says a negative comment with no knowledge of the issue, comparison, plan, network, sales, etc.

Example, when said person or persons do not have the ability to get the service in their area they post negatively about the company or project not knowing anything about it but what they read on line. This is where the issue lies.

Or when other providers are cheaper...yes prepaid providers are cheaper, and also provide more flaws. In comparison to the major carriers, USCC is right there (please see other posts on threads), and when the plans are actually lower then the competition, why does someone post that were more expensive?

The issue is when someone is posting out of ignorance or just doesn't know what they are talking about. Thats the issue.

With the launch of the Belief Project USCC's goal was to have 1,000,000 customers switch w/in the first year of launch. I think the number of switched customers sits at about 400,000 as of the end of October.

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