Have you received E-Mails from Credo Mobile recently? Have you taken the time to read these E-Mails when they come in? How many have even heard of Credo before a couple of months ago?
I was amazed at the tactics some companies will use to introduce themselves into the market place. Credo Mobile seems to believe Americans will switch to their company solely based upon what its largest competitor donates to.
When it comes to companies they all donate to some party or other and a few will actually donate equally to both parties just to be fair about it. Donations are tax deductible for companies which is why they donate in the first place.
While Credo Mobile bashes Verizon Wireless, Verizon being a company that has been around for quite some years now; Michael Kieschnick the President of Credo Mobile fails to mention whom they donate to with their money.
Most companies have a board of directors that make those types of decisions which is why some companies actually give to two opposing parties and others decide to donate elsewhere. These, board of directors are oftentimes of different backgrounds. Although they may hold majority stock in a company, that company may be the only commonality between them.
Unless a company is donating their money to a demonic organization like some terrorist group or something; all that should matter to the common people when using something like a phone service, or any service that could mean the difference between getting a message through or not should be performance; and not who the company is donating to.
Not many people would like to be in the middle of an accident calling for assistance, or calling their office because of an important business meeting they will miss and finding out they can’t get through because maybe the company they are using doesn’t service that area or some limitation of service within the area prohibits your call from going through using that particular company.
If Credo or any other company is breaking into a field of business try to remember that performance means more to someone in need of the service then what a company donates to; unless it is something profoundly against our combined beliefs and morals such as terrorism.
Published in: Consumer Information