About respect and business. Moldtelecom or Orange. At me have again disconnected the Internet. Do not think, I have paid. And, for a month forward. However, it nevertheless does not work. Negotiations with the next customer are broken, not sent during stipulated time of clause. The girl, operator of Moldtelekom, is not guilty. It has switched to service of technical support, and on it its mission has ended. And the service of technical support which has answered after 17 minutes of expectation too is not guilty. They work, as can. Or, as can, do not work. To me even have very politely talked. Have told, that problems with packages "Turbo" and " children on a server understand ". What children understand, I did not specify. Let understand. Promised, that in twenty minutes will earn. Here has passed hour, and I write clause. I do not know, when I shall send - the Internet still does not work. All have problems. Especially, when business concerns our, Moldavian, not so "high", but nevertheless technologies. But … When several days ago Kishinev choked under a mad downpour, there was a failure at company Orange. To all subscribers after that send sms - messages with apologies in the form of additional minutes for the suffered mental cruelty. The company, certainly, has suffered losses. But its act causes respect. Moreover, as the client of the company I have felt respect for. But the fashion on the "western" politeness is yet cunning up to the Moldavian businessmen. In fact the last month the Internet too, happened, did not incorporate. Was not not that apologies. In the account there was a usual sum for a month. Nobody has considered it necessary to count up, that столько-that of time clients could not receive service of the company after its wine. And what for, it in fact to recalculate so much is necessary! Also you feel not the journalist, not the user, and stupid cattle about which everyone can wipe legs. All right, will suffice to complain. It is better to call again - in fact at connection with a support service such beautiful music sounds. Care, however.
photo by Valerii Corcimari