Qwest communications Informative - I too am a dissatisfied qwest customer

Review by myrtlel the turtle. on 2007-06-20
GREEN VALLEY, ARIZONA -- It makes me wonderder what is goingon in America when a company llike qwest with no avenue for real customer service complaints is allowed by the government to operate as they do. Oh sure they have had huge fines, but they operate with the same flagrant indifference to us . To top it off they advertise high speeed internet. I have it already but when I looked into it with them they said I could not get it that I would have to have land line and get an extra line or tie up my phone line. Now if I have high speed now how can they say it si not available . So the bargain rate they offer is no bargain It is just the usual cost of this deploable communication avenue.I think that it is sad and for myself I will never trust them again.they bombarded me with free offers to get me back. i went back for the phone service and it was great for six months and then slat I hit the gorund so to speak.t hey are not nice and all America needs to know how they function.

montana cowboy
Comments:5 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-06-20
Posted by One-Eyed Willie on 2007-06-20:
I once lived on Deploable Communication Avenue. I was actually in a gang there, the D.C. Avenue Locos. Is that Starbucks still there? I encourage you to keep posting your Qwest complaints everyday. Eventually Qwest will be force to respond, plus it will give me lots of material to work with. Keep fightin' brother!
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-06-20:
I agree with One-Eyed willie.

One-Eyed is that why you call yourself One-Eyed Willie?
Posted by One-Eyed Willie on 2007-06-20:
Hmmm, could be. Or maybe I've watched Goonies one too many times. Or maybe 'slat I hit the gorund'. I wonder what a Montana cowboy is doing in Arizona, must've gotten separated from the herd.
Posted by Pomona Guy on 2007-06-20:
Myrtlel the Turtle: You need to start paying your Qwest bill on time.
Posted by Starlord on 2007-06-20:
the phone lines in Arizona used to belong to US West, who decided to sell them to Qwest. Qwest made a big deal about putting in some new switching stations in Arizona. That is nice, but the lines pretty much still date back to WWII. There is a junction box about 3 blocks from my house, and every time workers did anything with that box, my computer line was kicked offline for up to two hours. Customers in Arizona are Qwest's red-headed stepchildren, and are financially tapped to make things cheaper in the other ten states. I have the world's most expensive paperweight, as I bought a cell phone from Qwest that never made or received one call. they refused to give me an RA number, and made me pay $500 for it, or get our landline cut off. I still have that phone, and use it as a reminder about what crooks Qwest are.

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