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sirtyro

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1,167 posts

78 months

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-19908095

Quite a shock I would image when she opened that. The funniest part is that the company wanted to setup instalments!! eek

crazy about cars

3,223 posts

49 months

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That'll solve the eurozone crisis... and then some!

KrazyIvan

2,591 posts

55 months

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BBC said:
It has also apologised for the gaffe, which it says was down to a printing error and a subsequent misunderstanding between the client and staff at their call centre
Had to laugh at them trying to place some of the blame of their cockup on the client.

thinfourth2

28,633 posts

84 months

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Thank go they didn't send it to our government

They are stupid enough to of paid it

GadgeS3C

3,336 posts

44 months

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Bill was probably due to spending forever trying to get through to the company to complain on the £1,000 a minute helpline wink
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P-Jay

5,833 posts

71 months

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Someone obviously took their iPhone abroad and forgot to turn off the roaming data feature.

Good to see they offered to let her pay it in installments!


CommanderJameson

22,096 posts

106 months

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P-Jay said:
Someone obviously took their iPhone abroad and forgot to turn off the roaming data feature.

Good to see they offered to let her pay it in installments!
I can't see what the problem is. If they offered to let her pay it off at an eminently reasonable €25 a month, she'd have had the whole pesky affair behind her in just 39,070,000,000,000 years.

And you can't say fairer than that.

Rick101

1,867 posts

30 months

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This is why I like being on PAYG. These cowboy s that run telecoms have no interest in cuctomer service or even attempting to communicate properly with their customers.

It's clearly a mistake but the stupid fkers stick to the script and say it must be paid.

fking nobbers.

martin84

5,366 posts

33 months

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Must've been with BT.

FurtiveFreddy

4,845 posts

117 months

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"The phone company, Bouygues Telecom, initially told her there was nothing they could do to amend the computer-generated statement"



"ordinateur dit non"

OdramaSwimLaden

1,888 posts

49 months

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With a bill that size you can always make an offer; you'd probably get away with 1%.

Oilchange

3,126 posts

140 months

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to HAVE paid it.

Duh!

wink

thinfourth2 said:
Thank go they didn't send it to our government

They are stupid enough to of paid it

dfen5

1,390 posts

92 months

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Borrowed the payment from Wonga did she?

smegmore

2,293 posts

56 months

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When I lived in France I had a mobile contract with Bouygues Telecom, they were ste, I opened a mobile/domestic phone/broadband account with Orange France and they paid up the remainder of my Bouygues contract. Result. thumbup

joema

1,047 posts

59 months

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FurtiveFreddy said:
"The phone company, Bouygues Telecom, initially told her there was nothing they could do to amend the computer-generated statement"



"ordinateur dit non"
Hahaha. Very true

Xaero

2,950 posts

95 months

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Funny story hehe

Looks like the sort of bill Europe is expecting from China sometime in the future.
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