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How about Holden? Any one know "who" they are? There are plenty of companies out there that may be part of an "American" parent company that people don't know, same with stuff we have that others don't know even if they are owned by parent companies in those countries.
Basically, pull your heads out and become more aware, especially if you own stock in the company or work for it. A good investor/employee knows all of the companies holdings.
Since you do not care, you should. The rest of the world, companies want your business. If you do not like your service you leave and go to the next provider. NO early termination fee. You just say BYE.
Their phone rates are cheaper too.
Same phones same equipment.
But it all how much they can take from you with out you screaming to loud.
Nipping at their heels where? here in the U.S.?
We should care because__________________
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