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|reply to Bill Neilson |
Re: And why should the company do anything else?
said by Bill Neilson:Even if your belief was true, you are still choosing to pay for the phone service - paying only as much as you're willing, "to keep your job". Maybe you should look for other work, or turn the tables on the boss, and have him pay for it. said by elray: said by Bill Neilson:
Like the US, the company has been given the ability to price it whatever they want, whenever they want, however they want. Well, they may have a few more restrictions with the EU but hell, it still is rather insane as shown by this price.
If they price it "whatever they want", and no one buys it, they will go out of business. The price represents what people are willing to pay this year.
Well no, many people like myself require their products as a way to keep our jobs due to demand from employers, employees, and customers.
said by elray:I wasn't really stating whether it was true or not....I know it is true as virtually every person I know needs the ISP at home for their jobs. Maybe some do not....but in my line of work and a variety of others, people need it.
Even if your belief was true, you are still choosing to pay for the phone service - paying only as much as you're willing, "to keep your job". Maybe you should look for other work, or turn the tables on the boss, and have him pay for it.
I know that people online can say things like "Quit your job" or "Quit using any internet" as a jab on internet forums but in big-boy world, we do REQUIRE these things as a daily part of our life....and we can't afford to make a "statement" to our ISP's unless we have a 2nd choice.
If it wasn't a requirement and it was a "luxury"....I would have dropped in years ago.