Now say what Mr. Etisalat. Trying to invade our privacy you little cheecky kids. Time to switch to du... du du du du du....du doooooooo
So what action would TRA take now? We are talking about a corporation trying to fool its over 145K subscribers.
So can anybody file a lawsuit against Etisalat and ask for compensation?
It seems we don't have much of a choice here. Etisalat always had an attitude 'take it or leave it' sort. We should have more players in the market and there is no point in waiting for a response from them
Its very unfortunate,the company people have trusted as a good servive provided(by monopoly) for last 3 decades can stoop so low to monitor emails and information of Blackberry users !!This is a big slap in face of the users !!
Wake up Etisalat,you do not need to do this dirty business.
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