the title has nothing to do with yesterday’s entry or the day before nor it is related to anybody close to me.
don’t speculate yet, i’ll blog about what the title is all about.
i’ve been a loyal customer with maxis for like 3 years (or was it four?).
Spending about RM300 to RM500 per month for bills alone, all Maxis could offer is the membership card for what-ever purpose, only God knows.
And mind you, i paid the bills on time every months without failed (except for two or three occasions) without any due amounts. Sometimes even pre-postpaid (postpaid is paying after you use, but we normally pay extra amounts to ensure that the line won’t be barred if the usage exceeds the limit).
So much for being a loyal customer, and we (the husband and i) think it’s time for us to switch to another provider.
Now, can you, my dear friends, tell me which provider to change to, in terms of line receptions, value for money, good package and most of all loyalty benefits. Personally, we are considering Celcom (but Celcom is actually a TM family right? I kinda dislike TM, no offense)
Don’t worry, I’ll let you know if the number changed.
In another note, i went to the Big Boss room to do some troubleshooting yesterday. Personally, I think he is one mysterious man in person, very stern, very strict, very reserved.
But from the visits to his office, i get to know a lot of things about him.
Another thing about him is that he likes book. There was always new books on his table. The latest one is the one in the pic above. the book about Secrets i’ve been eyeing for quite sometimes (since i read about it from Iza’s blog).
Err, one good thing about being an IT personnel is that one is trusted so much to be in the most personal place. ( People tend to give their passwords to the It Personnel too, don’t they?). So , i took a peek on the book (while crossing my finger that the Boss won’t be back too soon to see me read the book, while the patch is being installed) and decided that i need to have the book. So, It’ll be in my next-to-buy list.
Btw, Dataran Pahlawan sucks since it doesn’t have a bookstore. I mean, how can one mall have no bookstore at all? Sheesh.
A nite well spent, and a happy soul came back to the body.