said by Jack_in_VA:Well I am a newbie here and didn't realize that Millencom owned this forum. I see posts about Verizon on the Sprint board, and about AT&T on the Clearwire board, and assumed that this one was an open discussion as well. said by Martho:
This forum is full of people who want good internet but don't live where it is available. If there are other services which might be more adequate to someone's needs I see nothing wrong with letting people know about them.
Well you are new here and those of us who frequent the Millenicom
forum want to keep it for Millenicom related posts. No offense but is that hard to understand?
Since the subject line clearly identifies the thread content, I would think you could just skip over it if you find it offensive. I simply responded to others questions, so obviously I am not the only one that wasn't aware of the strict Millenicom only policy.
You should have some bylaws, guidelines, or a secret handshake if that is the case
grobinetteSoutheast of disorderPremium,Mod
It is a Millenicom forum, but there is no need for anyone to cop an attitude about it. If any of the regular users had bothered to hey mod me and suggest moving it to a more appropriate forum I would.
Grobinette it says Millenicom. It is not "Copping" an attitude to just wanting to stick with the listed topic. So Just go ahead and change the name to open discussion for all plans. It seems anymore that one or two come in and just ignore months/years of this being Millenicom related.
Why not make them a thread for their newfound interests? I am a regular member and poster so I'm suggesting you move it.
Saint Johns, MI
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Just my two cents, Grobinette, but I would dare to suggest that a topic of this nature IS relevant on a Millenicom forum, and here's why - the vast majority of us who post here live in the broadband wasteland. We've searched and searched for better internet for years. I've spent hours at my PC, trying to figure out if any new options had become available, and I'm sure others have as well. One day, a few years ago, I happened to be on the Verizon forum, and saw mention of a company called Millenicom. Here I am now, years later, with 20GB of LTE available to me per month, all thanks to a little evangelism. It's highly appropriate for one of our fellow ruralites to come here and make us aware of what MIGHT be a better option for SOME. This forum is about help and support, and I hope it will stay that way...
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