Dating in polokwane
On November 3rd I contacted Mtn to enquire about my obviously high cellphone bill. I have been using MTN for more than 13 years and was served very well until I relocated to Thornhill (Polokwane).The network coverage is so bad that I can hardly here or be heard when making or receiving calls.The sad thing is that I am billed for these calls every month.For me to succesfully make or receive a call I have to drive out of the complex to Thornhill shopping centre even at night.I work in the civil construction industry and am therefore required to travel around the country much for my work. Bought a new contract phone and received it on the 11/01/2012.
i have just upgraded on friday 06/03/2015,and i did a sim swap,i was told that its gonna take 2 to 24 hours for the sim to be activated,i called their customer care and they told me that the sim swap was succesfull,but still the phone its not working,on monday i went to one of their branches n i was told that after 2 to 4 hour it will work,still the phone its not working,i called again their customer care i was told again to wait for 24 hours ,its been 4 days now,just imagine paying for...
They always tell you they log the complaint and will get back to you but nothing EVER happen?????
I have full signal strenth and 3g, but only get max speed of 400kbps if i am lucky?
Good day My account number is A3077954 Sim number is 0 I received a billing of R549.12 from you guys on the 23rd of August and of which on the 20th of August you tried to debit R895.61 on my account And not so long ago when I got a statement via post from you guys it said I owed the R895.61 which I disputed with your call centre, I was then told that I owed R349.12, I’m not prepared to pay the R895.61 you can come and take your laptop I cannot just stand and let you rob...
Ever since joining the MTN service provider I have had nothing but trouble and poor service.The court, with the same status as the Supreme Court, was empowered to instruct the government to buy or expropriate land and return it to the claimants on condition that such action was just and equitable.