Stop cell phone gouging

The “Take Back the Beep” campaign is pretty simple: tell cell phone companies to stop billing us for the 15 seconds it takes to give instructions on how to leave a message. Read the NYT blog post that has info on how to tell your cell phone company (and all the others) to stop wasting our time and minutes. We don’t need a recording to tell us how to leave a message. It’s costing us a fortune and all my remaining patience with multinational corporations.

4 thoughts on “Stop cell phone gouging

  1. I know, right? I have to stop going online ever. I’m mad at, like, 3 million things. My Senators are *so* sick of hearing from me. As is every customer service who ever posted an 800 number.

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