Do not catch this falling star!

NUDGE nudge, wink, wink! Remember that column I tried to shake you up about concerning the poor service provided from Telefonica our matronly and once Monopoly concerning phones in Spain, that now disguises itself under the corporate moniker Movistar?

In the month of August 102,696 mobile lines were dropped by customers and a further 26,200 using the internet and broad band, Spain’s largest daily, El Pais, announced last week. Then add a further 54,213 home or business lines quit too! In my view this entire company would be better off if it was run directly by the pirates from Somalia.

ONE it would give playful work to likewise minded opportunists that know nothing of the new technological field they would be adapting — but could undoubtedly do it better!
TWO, I doubt if they could keep the swindles going with as much disgrace and poor public relations outcry than our own motherly pirates, this “moving star” definitely on the wane!
Likewise remember, when you have declared the ‘baja’ and they tell you that you’ve done it all AND are finally rid of them—do not celebrate.
The bills will surely continue to roll in along with interest on the unpaid routers, cables, plugs that THEY have you still connected and you must pay (even when taken to court). It is a further way of allowing Movistar to ‘get in the final last cheap shot’ and of course keep all of Spain spitting mad. I believe it’s a Somalia pirate thing, custom, heritage.

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