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For your information, I asked the sales guy again and again, whether it was truly an unlimited package. I even called kashif and told him that I’m a very heavy user as I downloads loads of softwares. They assured me that it wasn’t so. Unlimited means “unlimited”, no matter how you downplay it. I asked them again and again about “fair usage policy” and according to Mr. Kashif himself, it has strictly to do with the “sharing” stuff people do with “CPEs” provided by these wimax companies. That’s why they introduced the shuttle service in the first place, to prevent that from happening. Guess what, turns out that instead of offering unlimited packages, they cripple your internet for the rest of the month if you cross a “certain” limit. If you can’t afford unlimited packages due to bandwidth constraints, why even bother in the first place. I’ve spent over 6,000 in less than 2 weeks, and what do I get ?? A stab in the back from both ISPs. All these losers truly want is to grab your money and forget that a customer even exist. I’ve got the first hand experience in that regard. All ISPs are naked in this hamaam, be it wateen, ptcl or qubee. I’ve seriously had enough of this bullshit. Its time I disconnect the service for good for a couple of months, till a worthy ISP appears on the scene, though I highly doubt of that ever happening, especially in pakistan.
One lesson that I have learned and everyone must remember “DO NOT believe in what a company’s representative says,not a single word”.Take advice from the consumer who are already involved with them.I have asked about Wateen services from their users in this forums before subscribing to it (and frankly,I am not satisfied with their service,too much data choking from my side but thats another story).
And jDk,you will have to wait for an eternity because no matter what company(or ISP in specific) comes,the employees will always be Pakistanis(note that Qubee is based on Augere,an European company).The entire issue is not about the competence of an ISP but the workers who are running them in this country of ours.