Author: Colin Shaw
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Date: 20 Aug 2014
Paying to Line Jump Customer Service is Wrong
A mobile phone company in the UK EE, (Everything Everywhere) seem to be annoying their Customers every time and any time. Here are three examples. 1. Line Jumping: BBC.com reported that EE has just introduced a 50 pence  (80 cents) charge that allow...
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Paying to Line Jump Customer Service is Wrong
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