So they want to play pennies with their customers by implementing metered billing which, according to the company, will save them and customers money. Fast-forward to today. Users under the new metered billing (which probably cost millions to implement in the first place) are getting charged more overall for the similar usage, the system still does not work meaning more cost to re-fix the failed system which will probably mean even high prices for customers.
Anyone else see any ironic issues here?
If I were the CEO I would be firing the hell out of the idiots that came up with the idea... Oh, wait, it was probably the CEO that did...
When business implodes in on itself.
- "Techie" Jim