Wednesday, March 17, 2010 :: Q...
I opted for the unlimited US and Canada plan and paid in advance for one year saving about $5.00– at a total cost of $30.00. I also purchased a number so I can receive calls from anyone. This subscription is about $18.00 a quarter or $60.00 a year. I am going to see how I like the service. Total– I will be paying about $90.00 a year for the online number, and unlimited calls coming and going. I am very happy.
Also Buy.com had the best price on the phone which included free shipping [about $57.00]. I thought it was going to take longer– but it arrived within days rather than weeks.
The phone quality? Very clear. Both speaker and handset. Easy to setup and I really do not have any complaints. Will I be giving out the number? Yes, I want to use the phone mainly for business– and will probably use this number as the main line now. I am going to wait on giving the number out… I want to check some things.
My skype name: qisoftware.
The details in this post? I want you to understand who pays for my business needs– that others simply steal [or try to steal– hard drive fiasco really low], the revenue from. This was the last of my Christmas money.
In addition, I am the one who does all of this work– I am the only one here… you are stealing from me and interfering with my business. The FBI and DOJ owe me– I cannot warn you enough about this… get your hand out of my pocket.. I am not kidding.
The other thing– I will go out of business before I allow filth to be a part of my business. You want to make a deal with me– concerning my business and not as a client– I see you as filth. FBI/DOJ owe me the deal.
Another note about the phone– I have been reading reviews that claim the phone does not work with menu systems that require numeric selection from the keypad. I am going back to the dealer tomorrow morning to have them tell me why now the car will not hold a charge [even when driving] — something it was not doing before last week. They have a menu driven phone system. My new phone worked well, getting to the proper department of the auto dealer– using the numeric keypad.
I repeat– love my new phone. not loving the fact– big boys cannot leave my car alone.. FBI– the car should be operational and I want you to see to it. Beg– I do not beg men that cannot do their jobs and then want to take over mine. Fix the car. I did not have this problem last week before I went in.