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Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

OldCrone
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Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

Hi,
I have been with plusnet for over 7 years (since the village got connected) , I have never had a free router etc etc. Do you think loyalty should be rewarded, or is that just 'old hat' and I am daft for entertaining such notions? Smiley
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Re: Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

you can have a free router for the price of the postage and packing but you have to stay for 12 months afterwards otherwise you get charged for it
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Re: Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

Just a year longer than me Old Crone and no, you are not daft at all.  Time was that we used to get such perks as a new router or so much off our bill for 3 months but now things are different.
I reckon that you definitely deserve a new router at least so I hope that one of the staff will pick this up and send you one for Christmas.
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Re: Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

And why should the people who live near Sheffield get every thing Undecided Lips are sealed Huh Angry
soon be 12 years for me
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Re: Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

...or the people who live in Sheffield get nothing even after 7 years Wink

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Re: Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

If they are really lucky they get time off for good behaviour - runs and hides quickly  Lips are sealed
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Re: Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

A blizzard on you my friend Wink

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Re: Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

Hi all,
Old Crone,
We can't offer you routers for free I'm afraid, if we did I'm sure this thread would be inundated with other long standing customer's expecting the same.
Your loyalty is much appreciated all the same and as I would advise any happy customer of ours looking for rewards don't forget our referral scheme. Smiley
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Re: Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

This always seemed daft to me. If you are a new customer who has contibuted nothing  to PlusNet sucess you get a free router. If you have stuck with them through good times and bad (and there has been a lot of bad times) you don't get a bean. So much for loyalty.
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...it's because they're worth it Wink Smiley

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If you have stuck with them through good times and bad (and there has been a lot of bad times) you don't get a bean. So much for loyalty.

The longer you stay with us the more opportunities you have to refer. Are you aware that we do have some customers that have referred so heavily they don't actually pay us for their services?
I'll stop banging my drum now, my drumsticks have nearly worn down Smiley

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Re: Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

Adam, I don't think you have grasped the point. Referring is us working for you and providing you with more custom not PlusNet rewarding customers for loyalty. By the way had two TT reps call on Sunday during lunch so was not best pleased. However, they were offering free BB if you took up their phone for £15ppm.
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Re: Very Happy , What about a loyalty present

50p off your monthly bill for each year up to a maximum of say 5 years= £2.50 per month loyalty saving.
Worth it on both sides I would have thought
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Referring is us working for you and providing you with more custom not PlusNet rewarding customers for loyalty.

For me there is a lot of truth in this.  Last year I even traveled about 80 or so miles to the east coast to set one up as the elderly gentleman was new to computers and was not able to install security and set up the broadband by himself.  All my referrals have been good customers and have not had any of them leave.  None of them have had to call in for advice or help as I have set them all up and if they have any problems they call me so yes, I 'earn' my referral money and Force 9 benefits by this.
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Adam, I don't think you have grasped the point.

Hey George, yes obviously referrals are there to benefit us but primarily they are in place to benefit the customer.
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Referring is us working for you and providing you with more custom not PlusNet rewarding customers for loyalty.

This is completely true bit its a negative way of looking at things, referrals are there for you and do benefit you too.
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