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Dear Zambia • View topic - BOYCOTT AIRTEL FOR 9 HOURS

BOYCOTT AIRTEL FOR 9 HOURS

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BOYCOTT AIRTEL FOR 9 HOURS

Postby Enough » 8th November 2011, 10:38

Dear Zambia,

There is an active protest on Facebook over the shoddy services being dished out by Airtel. If you want to participate and are on Facebook, go to your Events and if it doesn't appear there go onto Friends' Events and sign up to participate. If you are not on facebook, the protests goes as follows:

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Let us not send an sms, or make any phone calls from any airtel number for nine hours to send a signal to Airtel that they need to improve their services and reduce their charges. Invite your friend to this event.
1. Customer care must be professional and be there to solve clients problems not to defent Airtel's incompetences
2. Airtel must revert to K2 for the magic number
3. Airtel must be faithful to the royaly program promises and give out cards
4. Airtel must deliver 3G internet and allow users to utilise proper internet speeds
5. Airtel must reduce the cost of bundles as their current charge is too high

These among other issues that you as a customer may be facing. Remember we customers are the one keeping airtel in business. If the do not do as we say, we can put them out of business.

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Sign-up to be heard!Dear Zambia,
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Re: BOYCOTT AIRTEL FOR 9 HOURS

Postby Graduate Student » 8th November 2011, 10:42

My time is so precious that I cant waist even a minute of it on this non-sense of protest. Why not just jump on MTN or other service providers?
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Re: BOYCOTT AIRTEL FOR 9 HOURS

Postby Slumdog Shalapungu » 8th November 2011, 11:30

This boycott is pointless what do you think a mere 9 hours will do a billion dollar worldwide conglomerate? This is just a cry for attention which will go nowhere , if you do not like a network simply leave that network. If a company offers me lousy customer service and lousy business i will so longer part with my hard earned cash with that company. These facebook campaigns are for armchair mouse clicking revolutionaries who think clicking a button will do something eg click here to feed child in sudan
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Re: BOYCOTT AIRTEL FOR 9 HOURS

Postby chisupa » 8th November 2011, 11:33

The protest is the best idea. If every1 moved to MTN then a congession will be created and no 1 will be happy.
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Re: BOYCOTT AIRTEL FOR 9 HOURS

Postby Guest » 8th November 2011, 12:12

I throw away my airtel sim long b4 there came into Zambia. I can't stand paying for poor service.
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