|reply to Dave Brooks |
Re: MSN Premium customers in Nashua area - call me!
Well I don't expect everything the same however, I'm losing IOBI service for my phone, I'm losing MSN premium as a service. My bill is not decreasing to compensate so I can choose to pay for MSN out of my reduction in cost. So am I missing something or is this the case of the frog in the pot not knowing when to jump.