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Re: Vonage made me an offer that I could refuse.
said by cork1958:I am not hurt at all by Vonage's inept "day late and dollar short" tactics, nor am I being spiteful. In fact, I will keep the emails with the link to the $9.99 for life offer should I find that I have a need for a land line phone service again.
What difference does it make when they offer it, especially if you weren't qualified for it when we were discussing it?
That's quite silly logic, IMO, or, is that your version of being spiteful, which isn't hurting anyone but yourself?
I KNOW you know what you're doing but....................
I just found it somewhat amusing (I guess I forgot the smiley in the original post) that they waited until about a week after the number port was complete (and my last active Vonage account was closed), to make this "retention" type offer. It is generally easier to keep a horse in the corral, than it is to chase him down and bring him back after he escapes into the wild.
We can never have enough of nature.
We need to witness our own limits transgressed, and some life pasturing freely where we never wander.
That's about the same mentality XM radio has too. I cancelled one radio, but asked if there was any way they could get me a deal and they said no.
3 days later, had a snail mail offer to activate that radio again for $3.99 a month, compared to full price of $9.99 for multiple radios.
I kind of figured that's where you were you heading in your explanation. Really hard to believe how some companies operate and stay in business!!
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