Wednesday, August 23, 2017
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Tech Industry Perspective

SunRocket Hangs Up


Corporate Arrogance & Customer Contempt

 
The Basics

For those of you who might not have caught the news feed, SunRocket, the 4th largest voice over IP (VOIP) phone service provider, ceased operations Monday, July 16th. In itself, this is not a monumental event. Companies close their doors all the time. Sometimes it’s the competition, sometimes poor management and sometimes it’s just the right time to retire from the corporate battlefield, thank your customers and say goodbye. But sometimes, just sometimes you get to see a company miss the mark completely. If you couple that with a complete lack of respect for the marketplace and its customers, you’ve got SunRocket.

Read more: SunRocket Hangs Up

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If you are like our family you have at least one shelf full of CD's another shelf of DVD's and many shelves of books.  With two teenagers in the house you might expect that there are a few video games scattered about too, and you are right.

So what can you do with all the disks and books that you no longer need or want? You could:
    A. try selling them on line
    B: have a yard sale
    C: donate them to some worthy charity (if they can use them), or,
    D: you might trade them with your neighbors for something different.

If you answered 'D' at any point in your spring cleaning, then rejoice! Your street now runs from coast-to-coast and border-to-border.

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