More so, it’s cheap, it’s dirty and it’s unreasonable.
Comcast, one of the most reviled companies on the planet, will credit an account for service outages.
There's no reason you should have to do all that leg work when we can do it for you.
So, each month we'll test drive the latest dating apps and report back on what's worth your time.
As somebody who has spent quite a bit of time working jobs similar to what this Sony web chat supervisor was now doing, I understood that sometimes the customer has to act like a jerk to get the grease.
Being out 13 full days, unable to access the service that I have paid for, it strikes me as reasonable to request the time be added to the end of the subscription, or an equivalent amount be granted as store credit, if that is an easier process.
The supervisor explained that this was the best that could be done, and he was making an exception.
Realizing that this was a lost cause, I decided to test the waters a bit.
I informed him politely that I write for this very site and was planning to cover this experience as a post anyways.
He stated: Sony: Yes and we care about all the consumers, which is why we offer the service for free when the console is under warranty.