The world wide wait
March 25, 2002
Letters on stuff
I write this letter about GT&T. First of all I must say thanks to them for reconnecting my phone. It was done so unexpectedly. But I would like to make two complaints against them.
First whenever they are carrying out works, laying underground cables at the side of the bridge at Kersaint Park, L.B.I. they dig the road right across the bridge but when they are finished they don't restore it to its former condition. They just fill back the hole, leaving it uneven and pieces of earth and brick lying about.
I am riding, and I have to take my time when I reach that part. Some of those bricks could puncture my wheel and could throw me off my bicycle. All I am asking is for them to smoothe back the spot where they dug and sweep away the earth and pieces of bricks or tar in a corner.
Secondly, I do my e-mailing and browsing of the Internet in the afternoons. I find sometimes it slows up, taking about ten to twenty minutes to get on line. On Friday 15th March at around 5:30 pm, I went to Brassonic in Water street to do my e-mailing and browsing. I paid for an hour. I tried for over twenty minutes, I could not even get in my mailbox to check my mails. And then a little after, a little sign comes up saying they are going to shut down. Of course I was mad, because I paid my money for an hour. I think GT&T must put a system in place so when these things happen, people should get back their money. So I would like to ask why does it take so long before I can get on the Internet.