|reply to jcremin |
Re: Cheaper doesn't always mean better
Oh shutup. you have no idea how much garbage free went through to get their network set up. The incumbents used every dirty tactic in the book to at first try to prevent free from bidding for spectrum, then to sue them for completely bogus reasons. they even had president sarkozy on their side, but the prime minister stepped in to force sarkozy to let free to compete. the minister was influences by national popular opinion.
Whine whine whine... Somehow I expected you'd be one of the people replying to my post because I didn't take Karl's word as the word of my god. Sigh.
Face it, I have just as much right to disagree with Karl as you do to agree with him. I'm just getting tired of people like you who are unable to have a debate and typically turn right to the name calling.
If Karl's post had been about how FT went out of their way to prevent competition, and was slamming them about that, then I'd have no problem with it. But it wasn't, and instead he made up his own "facts" about why they weren't lowering their price to match.