3 Feb 2003 Grit   » (Journeyer)

I'm annoyed enough with the SBC ads about "we built the network and understand it, don't force us to let other people use it." But now that they're offering long distance, the "one bill" commercials make absolutely no sense.

I already get one telephone bill with both local (SBC) phone service and (Sprint) long distance. What are they trying to convince me of? Do they think I'm too stupid to know how many bills I'm paying? (I may be paying extra to have SBC bill me, but I could save $1/month by having Sprint bill directly to my credit card if I cared.)

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