Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Cell Phones

Now, I'm not a big fan of cell phone companies in Canada. Still, of the big operators in Canada, I hate Rogers Wireless the least at this moment in time. If only because they were early adopters of GSM/3G technologies and I respect that. And their prices aren't as horrendous and their customer service is better than Telus and Bell. That said, A woman is suing Rogers over the breakup of her marriage because I assume her calls were sumarized on her bill, which was joined with her husbands internet and television bills. He found out that she was cheating on him and left her.

The best part is Rogers official statement in court.

“The marriage breakup apparently resulted from the fact the plaintiff was having an extramarital affair, a fact admitted in the statement of claim,” the company’s statement of defence reads.

“Rogers is not responsible for the plaintiff's affair or its consequences.”

I have to admit. Sometimes corporate arrogance is justified and amusing.

The customer is not always right. If they were, they'd be shopping at the competition.

Privacy is certainly important, but the woman is clearly reaching with this.

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