Phone Scoop

printed July 7, 2015
See this page online at:

Home  ›  Carriers  ›

U.S. Cellular

Info & Phones News Reviews › Forum  

Back to message list

Replying to:  USCC Windows Phone 8 - Which Phones are Coming? by TravelnEE   Nov 21, 2012, 3:30 PM

Re: USCC Windows Phone 8 - Which Phones are Coming?

by TravelnEE    Jun 1, 2013, 8:10 PM

Really US Cellular? No response? Certainly not surprising, but disappointing. Based on the non-response, yet others picking up on the general media’s … yet again … announcement of another Samsung ... but wait, it has the “New” WP8! No longer is it new, and a mid-grade at best!

Check it out US Cellular: onfirmed-as-us-cellulars-new-windows-phone/ Do you really need to let others market for you? I don’t think so although it now appears the latest US Cellular Business Plan is going this direction.

Try not to look too dumbfounded. Check out your own FaceBook correspondence: 51570020129172 Andria, from the USCC Social Team, your inability to respond outside the canned response is heartbreaking. You are at the forefront of US Cellular’s Social Media. Reach out to Research and Development, Engineers and even the VP’s. Go the extra mile to find out what the company you are representing is doing. To simply share, information is forthcoming is not responsive. If you really were informed, (as you are expected in the position you represent) you would have known this is an on-going concern. Not going the extra mile to acquire additional information is non-forgiving. Shame on you Andria for accepting you employer’s request to be restrained from fulfilling your responsibilities.

I’ll be departing US Cellular. A client since 1988, (remembering the Motorola Bag Phones. Even my first Nokia Hands-Free Mobile Installation in 1991). You’ve been great, but haven’t been able to stay apprised of technology at a professional level. For this I’m saddened, but am excited to move into a higher class device … it is 2013 and I do not expect anything but a top-level option, which I expected … you would too.

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.

Thanks again for the many good years, but those days are now gone.

Although your inability to step up and respond is quite loud ... should I be mistaken, please accept my apologies and share more right away.

Report to moderator


No replies to this message

Reply You must log in to reply.

Back to message list

‹ all carrier forums

Subscribe to Phone Scoop News with RSS Follow @phonescoop on Twitter Phone Scoop on Facebook Subscribe to Phone Scoop on YouTube Follow on Instagram


All content Copyright 2001-2015 Phone Factor, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Content on this site may not be copied or republished without formal permission.