Cellphone users in Argentina turn phones off to protest poor service from Movistar, Claro y Personal

Posted on November 14, 2012 • Filed under: Argentina, Business, Conflicts

Cellular blackout to protest poor service and collection calls abuse

diariouno.com.ar reported that this Wednesday from 16 to 17 mobile phone users turn off their devices as a sign of dissatisfaction with suppliers. They are supported by several consumer associations.
The call arose spontaneously in social networks under the slogan “We turned the phone to Movistar, Claro and Personal”. The measure is to turn off the phone for an hour on Wednesday, 16 to 17, to complain about a series of repeated problems with consumers. Among them are listed payment for services not rendered, the collection of surplus cut calls, messages and internet fail does not. Also remark as “a scam” fractionation per minute, and claim to be “per second”, as in Spain, Mexico and Bolivia. Read Article

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