Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Please Hold For The Next Representative

Dear T-Mobile,

You smell. I'm so over you. Your service sucks, your phones are expensive and crappy, and after waiting for my "friendly customer care representative" for fifteen minutes, her accent was so thick I had to ask to speak with someone else, because I couldn't understand her.

The new representative informed me that she'd give me 6 months service free if we decided not to cancel our contract with them. Tempting. However, their service still sucks, their phones are still expensive and crappy, and just because it's free doesn't mean it will work. She cheerfully informed me that if we were on one street in our new town, our service coverage would be "Fair to Moderate"

Whoohoo. The rest of the town, however is a dead zone.

But it's okay, i'm glad I called. After all, my call was very important to them. And they made every effort to minimalize my wait time. And with service like that, who cares if my cell phone doesn't work in an emergency?

4 comments:

lauren e said...

this does not look like school work, young lady.

(and this reply in no way resembles my way over-due matrix, either...)

muah! xxx

Saki said...

Lauren! You need to do that matrix! The matrix is more important than my school, because school can't fire me and stop paying me. And really, since I pay school, it'll be like saving money

lauren e said...

hi, pot. my name is kettle. it's nice to meet you.

(yeah. i know.)

katy said...

la, did you really just say that?

and casey....school work, shmool work. i got through by doing the least amount of homework as possible, while at the same time, making sure to lose as many brain cells as possible. and that, my friends, is how you make dean's list.