View Single Post
Old 21-08-2017, 10:17   #206
Ignitionnet
Pragmatist
 
Ignitionnet's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire
Age: 39
Posts: 13,996
Ignitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny stars
Ignitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny starsIgnitionnet has a pair of shiny stars
Re: John Malone/Liberty/VM General News Thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by denphone View Post
Broadband providers attempting to block mandatory compensation scheme.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...-compensation/
Good. Poorly thought through, moronic policy in current form.

---------- Post added at 09:17 ---------- Previous post was at 09:14 ----------

Quote:
Originally Posted by Gavin-D View Post
Any plans for a rewards system similar to what Sky have introduced?
Nope. Even Sky aren't that confident in it - check out the discounts they offer 'returning' customers. They show their standard prices for what they are - obscene.

Price increases are about right for increased costs of delivering services. Even without any speed increases the average household is up to 200+GB of data a month, increasing 40+% per year. Cost of delivering that data isn't dropping quickly enough to compensate. That ignores the ongoing obscene costs of TV rights. When fewer and fewer people take telco then it'll really hit the fan.
Ignitionnet is offline   Reply With Quote