Is it true that some telecommunication companies steal cell phone loads?

@varron (453)
January 22, 2010 12:31am CST
I heard a lot of people talking about loads. They said telecommunication companies steal loads from them. I did not experience it personally, as for my opinion may be that is not stealing rather but a part of technical errors in their system. I don't know if I am right but, I have to consider also the issue of stealing the loads, it could also probably happen. Well, I hope its not true, cause we are paying for the loads, and if they are stealing it from us, it is righteous to file them a case. If this is true, this companies should be recommended for closure in their operation, and the take over of the government could also be possible.
2 responses
@kaylachan (4775)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
23 Jan 10
Stelling is steeling regardless of what it is. Glitch or no glitch, the telecomocition people should be paying more attention to what's going on around them. By not doing so, it can and is probably considered stelling. and if someone wants to stell something the'll try to do it regardless of what it is.
@ybong007 (6656)
• Philippines
22 Jan 10
Your right it's more of a technical glitch. But if you ask me, anything that you took without the owners permission is a form of stealing. It happened to me a couple of time with my TM load. I just loaded a few minutes, send a few SMS and then the load was gone. It's frustrating really, especially if you feel that you've been ripped off.