T-Mobile Eliminates Handset Upgrade Fee
Starting December 17, T-Mobile has suspended the handset upgrade fee that it charges all customers who upgrade from one phone to another. The fee, which was $18, is being suspended indefinitely, and is not part of a holiday promotion. The fee will no longer be required by any customer, no matter which phone they upgrade to, whether it be via retail or online sales channels.
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Google this week announced new requirements for Android apps listed in the Google Play store to clearly disclose what user data the app collects, how it's used, how it's shared, how it's protected (such as encryption), and what choices users have in regard to that data. Also required is whether the app meets Google's requirements for family-friendly apps.
I do agree that upgrade fees are kinda stupid, but I'm also tired of people paying 70-100 for a high end phone and thinking they are actually buying it outright.
Your all Complaining........
Just a thought.
ignoring the concerns of your frontline employees, you'll get burned. 100% of the time.
every time they ignore us, they end up doing exactly what we said to do, and act like it was their idea. lol.