Why will the mobile networks not let a person use all or nearly all the money they have toppped there phone with before they have to top up again? Some people do not make many calls on their mobile phone.
They always send a message to top the phone up after a week or longer even though a person has not used all the credit
on there mobile phone. The person could have over 200 bhat on the phone to use, but still have to top up. what happens if they do not top up? the company does not allow the user to make calls untill the phone is topped up again.
What if they do not top up again? they loose their money to the network? if so THE NETWORK PROVIDER IS STEALING A PERSON'S MONEY. Should the network company be held accountable for theft. I would say yes.
Why also can a person not send an email to the network provider? This on its own tells the whole story.
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by rockybeach on Thu 05 Jan 2012 6:18 am
I understand that because of the flooding, prices have tripled for text messages. It is cheaper to call now rather than send a text????? Has anyone experienced this. I dont understand what the flooding has to do with sending a text message.
That is not true.
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