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Man drives 6,000 miles to prove Uncle Sam's cellphone coverage maps are wrong – and, boy, did he manage it

Mi Tasol

Unless that carrier is the one which is an acronym for Tells Extreme Lies, Screws Totally Rural Australians.

Case in point - they advertise getting a land line connected to a premises which has changed owners and had an existing working connection is $x

Then send a bill for $5X and refuse to acknowledge registered letter of complaint.

Contact Telecom Ombudsman and ten minutes later TELSTRA are on line promising to correct the problem by issuing a credit (they CLAIM they cannot correct the error, only issue a credit).

Four weeks later the new bill arrives with half the promised credit.

Contact Ombudsman again and again ten minutes later TELSTRA are on line promising to correct the problem by issuing a second credit and again they CLAIM they cannot correct the error, only issue a credit).

Four weeks later a new bill with a whole lot of charges that the local TELSTRA office cannot decode

And ON and ON and ON until I changed to an honest network.

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