Subscriptions we collect

And those who collect us, by the way. In salons, many ask the employee to turn off all content nonsense immediately when buying a SIM card. The employee usually agrees out of politeness, but technically this is not feasible, and the employee cannot physically do this, you should not be offended by him. And you shouldn’t write complaints either, the employee is not to blame for such exquisite deceit. A little more about debts and careful handling of them. Again about 5G, our close enemies and sworn friends will not calm down.

About subscriptions

Disconnect what is not connected, how is that?! And so, the operator has built just such a super-efficient business model. And earlier all operators were noticed in this, just around Tele2, thanks to advertising, a certain aura of an honest operator has already formed, and, plunging into another "cow's cake", people are a little lost in surprise. He sniffs the sole, scratches with his fingernail and says with surprise: “Wow, I got into https://cars45.com.gh/jS1xv6s2PBUg92VRHhenL20a again manure!

I read on the forum another "cry of the soul" about Tele2, which suddenly turned out to be not entirely honest and sold a subscription to its new subscriber. Note that I sold it to a new subscriber, this is important in our case. We have already discussed this topic, but a lot of time has passed since then, or just atrocities with unsolicited subscriptions have become less, it doesn’t matter. In general, as it used to be: on the new SIM card in a state of suspended animation, “blanks” of paid subscriptions doze, but no one sees them. And how can you turn off something that you can’t see and that doesn’t exist at all? Accordingly, the salon employee shakes your hand, hands you an envelope with a sim card and quite sincerely says that he turned off everything that could be turned off, thanks, they say, for choosing Tele2, and thanks for our happy childhood too. He only forgets to say that the most exquisite and fragrant content g ... will crawl out of the slots of the SIM card only after a few days, and before that it can neither be seen nor turned off ... And who will be to blame for the subscription? You will be to blame, as you allowed the seller to activate your sim card and thereby launch all these mechanisms. Now, if you please, every 15 minutes (okay, a couple of times a day is enough) check the SIM card for the presence of suddenly materialized programs. I saw - slammed, waiting for the next one to appear. Usually a week and a half is enough to destroy the operator's "gifts", and then you can sleep peacefully. Almost calmly, not forgetting about the obligatory paid action every… Listen, check the numbers on the forums of your region. It may turn out to be the expected 180, and 90 days, and some other figure came across to me.If the tariff is without a monthly fee or, according to Tele2, with a too low monthly fee, then with a high degree of probability, after buying a SIM card, they will try very hard to sell you something content. I always thought that this muck was basically absent on contract tariffs, then I looked at the My Conversation tariff, which they complained about. Well, yes, the youngest, one might say, the cheapest tariff in the line, but it’s a contract one! So it seems that the very word "contract" does not protect against anything. Which is also logical, all operators have complete chaos at the lowest contract tariffs, and these tariffs should be studied for a long time and thoughtfully before connection, a full set of unpleasant surprises usually comes out there.

I read a bitter complaint about a subscription "caught" on the Tele2 contract tariff. Stop stop, how is it? And Tele2's super protection against subscriptions, and some kind of codes come there, it seems that you won't subscribe even drunk by accident! Look at Tele2 and write how “Great” it is! Heh, again I had to carefully read the text, it’s good at least, they hid it shallowly. No, definitely I can’t get away from the habit of looking for a catch everywhere. It would be okay, but I often find it! Which, in fact, discourages me.

We don't need to look for anything here, right in the first line in clear text: "Don't worry about accidentally connecting subscriptions on the Internet." Do not worry about subscriptions in inter-ter-not-those, you understand well? What kind of dirty trick will come out of your sim card and what it will sign you for, and then what else it will load from nowhere, only the developers of the Tele2 sim card know, and they are not responsible for the consequences. They were told to do it, they did it. And then who is responsible? Good question. Tele2 itself is only responsible for blocking subscriptions on the Internet, and in the sim card, you never know what the developers did there! And a sim card is not the Internet, and you can hardly convince the court of the opposite. All advertising banners promise only protection from subscriptions on the Internet. The circle is closed. Well, is it really "healthy"? So it seems to me that it’s a great idea and the inscription on the button doesn’t lie.

Okay, so look for it, I dug up another free “Protection” service, including at the rate that I complained about. So what? Again, we are talking only about “subscriptions via the Internet”, not a word about subscriptions imposed by a “cunning” sim card. Read here if you want.

They also write that, they say, I'm confusing people in vain, and the phrase "subscription on the Internet" is such a generalization, and in fact it means just any subscription. It's kind of an established expression. No, my dear cell phones, when you cling to the user’s throat, showing a couple of seemingly harmless words on the 12th or 23rd page of the description and suing the user, the phrase “I mean just ...” for argument does not count. But the user quickly comes to an epiphany and the realization that nothing in the description is written just like that. And yes, if you suddenly decide to sue the operator yourself, then your chances of winning are scanty. And I’m generally silent about the “established expression”, there is no such legal term! By the way, in court descriptions of Tele2 will be taken as a basis (there are no others), and these descriptions, of course, are obviously in favor of Tele2.

In general, that's enough for now. Maybe. I reminded you of the very existence of subscriptions and that everything is rather murky there, you can get stuck completely. And what is hidden in the depths of the sim card, we do not know at all, and no one will tell us. You just need to keep in mind that you can “fly in” from your own “native” sim card, and this will no longer be a violation of any “Prohibition”, since everywhere they talk exclusively about the random connection of partner subscriptions on the Internet, but about loading the start subscriptions from their own SIM cards do not say a word, if only for the sake of decency.

Slightly OFF

I am also sincerely pleased with the "righteous anger" of more or less experts in this field. More precisely, those who consider themselves and position themselves as such specialists. They instantly pop up in the comments and in the mail, like devils from a snuffbox, and begin to incriminate-destroy-blame me for my insufficiently high qualifications. Now, if I had addressed a question to them, so smart and qualified, in advance, then they, maybe, at first for the sake of appearance, would have broken, but then they would have thought and answered competently and in essence. May be. Or they would answer, but not in essence, but “from the bulldozer” (much more often). Or... Oh, I've seen enough of these "answers". Tired! You wait for an answer for 3-4 days, and finally you get an outright banality that is not worth the powder of a laser printer. And you yourself seem to be “hobbled” (you yourself are a fool, by the way), you asked - if you please, wait for an answer, and then every 2 days a reminder: I hope you used our highly valuable data (probably they are about the Times New Roman alphabet)? And in which edition can I see the published one? Can you link?

But let's continue. Why don't people yell at this obviously imposed content simply by replacing the sim card? I don’t even know, most likely because it’s not so often that you have to change a SIM card for a new one. Accordingly, they do not encounter all this too often. And those who often have to change the SIM card are usually almost professionals, and for them it has long been a reflex and a routine, they do not fall into simple traps.

People are afraid of 5G.

They are afraid to the vibration of the lower extremities. It's good that the weather is not very conducive to organizing discussion clubs in the yards, damn it cold! But now it's getting warmer, and the soul rushed to paradise on the yard benches. However, at one time they were also afraid of 3G, then they somehow got used to it and calmed down. For some reason, 4G took root more or less calmly, or the brightest episodes of resistance passed me by. In my memory there was something of a medium-sized level of a village riot. With 5G, everything is much more fun, but there are many very specific reasons.

Read Eldar's article here, fresh, dated February 10, 2021. Everything is correct in the sense that we really need to figure out who needs it and why it is needed, it’s certainly not so simple here. Inflating a 5G phobia is not a cheap pleasure; organizing rallies and demonstrations alone cost how much. Cookies during rallies also do not fall from the sky. Although now, they say, cookies are no longer handed out. But in any case, someone and for some reason this considerable money pays. Plus, all sorts of administrative and organizational expenses, salaries of those involved, etc., as a result, impressive sums will surely accumulate. The question is: who pays this money, as well as to whom and for what?

In general, for a start, I would abstract from all sorts of conjectures and clever reflections, but would try to focus on the simple. The money for the purposeful “rottenness” of 5G came from somewhere, and also from somewhere there were significant human resources. Where? Let's answer these two "from where" - we will understand the rest. It is clear that our operators have nothing to do with it, they have never been seen in the purposeful strangulation of a certain technology. Mintsifra (former Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications) quietly sabotages? Extremely unlikely, why would they? In general, I am silent about my opinion and vengefully leave you the right to express any of my assumptions, guess what? You never know, the aliens flew past and decided that on Earth they had advanced too far in technology. And “filling” with money the anti-5G protest movement is the very thing, then the protesters will do everything themselves in order to, if not kill, then at least greatly slow down 5G in Russia. What is not a hypothesis for you?

Honestly, I stole a sample of a flyer from Eldar's material. Have you penetrated? Interestingly, all these fiercely campaigning against 5G are not as primitive as they might seem at first glance. I've seen several of these flyers from the level of evidence like “Ahhh, We're all going to die. » to solid creations with formulas and integrals. The distribution by target audiences is clearly monitored, and this is already professionalism, and not cheap amateur performance. However, I can also draw an integral, although further - alas, “not Copenhagen”. However, the integral looks solid and convincing, this is a good thing.

In debt as in silks...

And this is by no means an ancient joke, it is. To me, "life on loan" is a lousy feeling. But the vast majority of "chronic" debtors feel quite comfortable, and it's not for me to judge these people. Here the joke is that after a few months of such an existence, everything sort of settles down and life goes on as usual again, spending corresponds to income. Well, apart from the loan payments, of course. That is, we have exactly what we would have had without loans, but now we have our future a little earlier, and interest payments eat up a hefty chunk of income as a gift to the bank, that's the whole difference. In fact, we give this considerable money to see and feel the future today, and not in a couple of months. The exception is all sorts of diseases in their relatives and relatives, there is nowhere to go. But this, thank God, is not too often. And with the refrigerator… Well, tell me honestly, did you borrow a new refrigerator because the old one was already completely dying? Yes, never mind, they bought it because Masha bought herself a new one the day before yesterday, and why are you worse than Masha !? Well, if there was someone to shake off the old one.

Subscriptions we collect

And those who collect us, by the way. In salons, many ask the employee to turn off all content nonsense immediately when buying a SIM card. The employee usually agrees out of politeness, but technically this is not feasible, and the employee cannot physically do this, you should not be offended by him. And you shouldn’t write complaints either, the employee is not to blame for such exquisite deceit. A little more about debts and careful handling of them. Again about 5G, our close enemies and sworn friends will not calm down.

About subscriptions

Disconnect what is not connected, how is that?! And so, the operator has built just such a super-efficient business model. And earlier all operators were noticed in this, just around Tele2, thanks to advertising, a certain aura of an honest operator has already formed, and, plunging into another "cow's cake", people are a little lost in surprise. He sniffs the sole, scratches with his fingernail and says with surprise: “Wow, I got into https://cars45.com.gh/jS1xv6s2PBUg92VRHhenL20a again manure!

I read on the forum another "cry of the soul" about Tele2, which suddenly turned out to be not entirely honest and sold a subscription to its new subscriber. Note that I sold it to a new subscriber, this is important in our case. We have already discussed this topic, but a lot of time has passed since then, or just atrocities with unsolicited subscriptions have become less, it doesn’t matter. In general, as it used to be: on the new SIM card in a state of suspended animation, “blanks” of paid subscriptions doze, but no one sees them. And how can you turn off something that you can’t see and that doesn’t exist at all? Accordingly, the salon employee shakes your hand, hands you an envelope with a sim card and quite sincerely says that he turned off everything that could be turned off, thanks, they say, for choosing Tele2, and thanks for our happy childhood too. He only forgets to say that the most exquisite and fragrant content g ... will crawl out of the slots of the SIM card only after a few days, and before that it can neither be seen nor turned off ... And who will be to blame for the subscription? You will be to blame, as you allowed the seller to activate your sim card and thereby launch all these mechanisms. Now, if you please, every 15 minutes (okay, a couple of times a day is enough) check the SIM card for the presence of suddenly materialized programs. I saw - slammed, waiting for the next one to appear. Usually a week and a half is enough to destroy the operator's "gifts", and then you can sleep peacefully. Almost calmly, not forgetting about the obligatory paid action every… Listen, check the numbers on the forums of your region. It may turn out to be the expected 180, and 90 days, and some other figure came across to me.If the tariff is without a monthly fee or, according to Tele2, with a too low monthly fee, then with a high degree of probability, after buying a SIM card, they will try very hard to sell you something content. I always thought that this muck was basically absent on contract tariffs, then I looked at the My Conversation tariff, which they complained about. Well, yes, the youngest, one might say, the cheapest tariff in the line, but it’s a contract one! So it seems that the very word "contract" does not protect against anything. Which is also logical, all operators have complete chaos at the lowest contract tariffs, and these tariffs should be studied for a long time and thoughtfully before connection, a full set of unpleasant surprises usually comes out there.

I read a bitter complaint about a subscription "caught" on the Tele2 contract tariff. Stop stop, how is it? And Tele2's super protection against subscriptions, and some kind of codes come there, it seems that you won't subscribe even drunk by accident! There and in Tele2 they write how “Great” it is! Heh, again I had to carefully read the text, it’s good at least they hid it shallowly. No, definitely I have nowhere to go from the habit of looking everywhere for a catch. It would be okay, but I often find it! Which, in fact, discourages me.

We don't need to look for anything here, right in the first line in clear text: "Don't worry about accidentally connecting subscriptions on the Internet." Do not worry about subscriptions in inter-ter-not-those, you understand well? What kind of dirty trick will come out of your sim card and what it will sign you for, and then what else it will load from nowhere, only the developers of the Tele2 sim card know, and they are not responsible for the consequences. They were told to do it, they did it. And then who is responsible? Good question. Tele2 itself is only responsible for blocking subscriptions on the Internet, and in the sim card, you never know what the developers did there! And a sim card is not the Internet, and you can hardly convince the court of the opposite. All advertising banners promise only protection from subscriptions on the Internet. The circle is closed. Well, is it really "healthy"? So it seems to me that it’s a great idea and the inscription on the button doesn’t lie.

Okay, so look for it, I dug up another free “Protection” service, including at the rate that I complained about. So what? Again, we are talking only about “subscriptions via the Internet”, not a word about subscriptions imposed by a “cunning” sim card. Read here if you want.

They also write that, they say, I'm confusing people in vain, and the phrase "subscription on the Internet" is such a generalization, and in fact, just any subscription is meant. It's kind of an established expression. No, my dear cell phones, when you cling to the user’s throat, showing a couple of seemingly harmless words on the 12th or 23rd page of the description and suing the user, the phrase “I mean just ...” for argument does not count. But the user quickly comes to insight and the realization that nothing in the description is written just like that. And yes, if you suddenly decide to sue the operator yourself, then your chances of winning are scanty. And I’m generally silent about the “established expression”, there is no such legal term! By the way, in court descriptions of Tele2 will be taken as a basis (there are no others), and these descriptions, of course, are obviously in favor of Tele2.

In general, that's enough for now. Maybe. I reminded you of the very existence of subscriptions and that everything is rather murky there, you can get stuck completely. And what is hidden in the depths of the sim card, we don’t know at all, and no one will tell us. You just need to keep in mind that you can “fly in” from your own “native” sim card, and this will no longer be a violation of any “Prohibition”, since everywhere they talk exclusively about the random connection of partner subscriptions on the Internet, but about loading the start subscriptions from their own SIM cards do not say a word, if only for the sake of decency.

Slightly OFF

I am also sincerely pleased with the "righteous anger" of more or less experts in this field. More precisely, those who consider themselves and position themselves as such specialists. They instantly pop up in the comments and in the mail, like devils from a snuffbox, and begin to incriminate-destroy-blame me for my insufficiently high qualifications. Now, if I had addressed a question to them, so smart and qualified, in advance, then they, maybe, at first for the sake of appearance, would have broken, but then they would have thought and answered competently and in essence. May be. Or they would answer, but not in essence, but “from the bulldozer” (much more often). Or... Oh, I've seen enough of these "answers". Tired! You wait for an answer for 3-4 days, and finally you get an outright banality that is not worth the powder of a laser printer. And you yourself seem to be “hobbled” (you yourself are a fool, by the way), you asked - if you please, wait for an answer, and then every 2 days a reminder: I hope you used our highly valuable data (probably they are about the Times New Roman alphabet)? And in which edition can I see the published one? Can you link?

But let's continue. Why don't people yell at this obviously imposed content simply by replacing the sim card? I don’t even know, most likely because it’s not so often that you have to change a SIM card for a new one. Accordingly, they do not encounter all this too often. And those who often have to change the SIM card are usually almost professionals, and for them it has long been a reflex and a routine, they do not fall into simple traps.

People are afraid of 5G.

They are afraid to the vibration of the lower extremities. It's good that the weather is not very conducive to organizing discussion clubs in the yards, damn it cold! But now it's getting warmer, and the soul rushed to paradise on the yard benches. However, at one time they were also afraid of 3G, then they somehow got used to it and calmed down. For some reason, 4G took root more or less calmly, or the brightest episodes of resistance passed me by. In my memory there was something of a medium-sized level of a village riot. With 5G, everything is much more fun, but there are many very specific reasons.

Read Eldar's article here, fresh, dated February 10, 2021. Everything is correct in the sense that we really need to figure out who needs it and why it is needed, it’s certainly not so simple here. Inflating a 5G phobia is not a cheap pleasure; organizing rallies and demonstrations alone cost how much. Cookies during rallies do not fall from the sky either. Although now, they say, cookies are no longer handed out. But in any case, someone and for some reason pays this considerable money. Plus, all sorts of administrative and organizational expenses, salaries of those involved, etc., as a result, impressive sums will surely accumulate. The question is: who pays this money, as well as to whom and for what?

In general, for a start, I would abstract from all sorts of conjectures and clever reflections, but would try to focus on the simple. The money for the purposeful “rottenness” of 5G came from somewhere, and also from somewhere there were significant human resources. Where? Let's answer these two "from where" - we will understand the rest. It is clear that our operators have nothing to do with it, they have never been seen in the purposeful strangulation of a certain technology. Mintsifra (former Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications) quietly sabotages? Extremely unlikely, why would they? In general, I am silent about my opinion and vengefully leave you the right to express any of my assumptions, guess what? You never know, the aliens flew past and decided that on Earth they had advanced too far in technology. And “filling” with money the anti-5G protest movement is the very thing, then the protesters will do everything themselves in order to, if not kill, then at least greatly slow down 5G in Russia. What is not a hypothesis for you?

Honestly, I stole a sample of a flyer from Eldar's material. Have you penetrated? Interestingly, all these fiercely campaigning against 5G are not as primitive as they might seem at first glance. I've seen several of these flyers from the level of evidence like “Ahhh, We're all going to die. » to solid creations with formulas and integrals. The distribution by target audiences is clearly monitored, and this is already professionalism, and not cheap amateur performance. However, I can also draw an integral, although further - alas, “not Copenhagen”. However, the integral looks solid and convincing, this is a good thing.

In debt as in silks...

And this is by no means an ancient joke, it is. To me, "life on loan" is a lousy feeling. But the vast majority of "chronic" debtors feel quite comfortable, and it's not for me to judge these people. Here the joke is that after a few months of such an existence, everything sort of settles down and life goes on as usual again, spending corresponds to income. Well, apart from the loan payments, of course. That is, we have exactly what we would have had without loans, but now we have our future a little earlier, and interest payments eat up a hefty chunk of income as a gift to the bank, that's the whole difference. In fact, we give this considerable money to see and feel the future today, and not in a couple of months. The exception is all sorts of diseases in their relatives and relatives, there is nowhere to go. But this, thank God, is not too often. And with the refrigerator… Well, tell me honestly, did you borrow a new refrigerator because the old one was already completely dying? Yes, never mind, they bought it because Masha bought herself a new one the day before yesterday, and why are you worse than Masha !? Well, if there was someone to shake off the old one.

Subscriptions we collect

And those who collect us, by the way. In salons, many ask the employee to turn off all content nonsense immediately when buying a SIM card. The employee usually agrees out of politeness, but technically this is not feasible, and the employee cannot physically do this, you should not be offended by him. And you shouldn’t write complaints either, the employee is not to blame for such exquisite deceit. A little more about debts and careful handling of them. Again about 5G, our close enemies and sworn friends will not calm down.

About subscriptions

Disconnect what is not connected, how is that?! And so, the operator has built just such a super-efficient business model. And earlier all operators were noticed in this, just around Tele2, thanks to advertising, a certain aura of an honest operator has already formed, and, plunging into another "cow's cake", people are a little lost in surprise. He sniffs the sole, scratches with his fingernail and says with surprise: “Wow, I got into https://cars45.com.gh/jS1xv6s2PBUg92VRHhenL20a again manure!

I read on the forum another "cry of the soul" about Tele2, which suddenly turned out to be not entirely honest and sold a subscription to its new subscriber. Note that I sold it to a new subscriber, this is important in our case. We have already discussed this topic, but a lot of time has passed since then, or just atrocities with unsolicited subscriptions have become less, it doesn’t matter. In general, as it used to be: on the new SIM card in a state of suspended animation, “blanks” of paid subscriptions doze, but no one sees them. And how can you turn off something that you can’t see and that doesn’t exist at all? Accordingly, the salon employee shakes your hand, hands you an envelope with a sim card and quite sincerely says that he turned off everything that could be turned off, thanks, they say, for choosing Tele2, and thanks for our happy childhood too. He only forgets to say that the most exquisite and fragrant content g ... will crawl out of the slots of the SIM card only after a few days, and before that it can neither be seen nor turned off ... And who will be to blame for the subscription? You will be to blame, as you allowed the seller to activate your sim card and thereby launch all these mechanisms. Now, if you please, every 15 minutes (okay, a couple of times a day is enough) check the SIM card for the presence of suddenly materialized programs. I saw - slammed, waiting for the next one to appear. Usually a week and a half is enough to destroy the operator's "gifts", and then you can sleep peacefully. Almost calmly, not forgetting about the obligatory paid action every… Listen, check the numbers on the forums of your region. It may turn out to be the expected 180, and 90 days, and some other figure came across to me.If the tariff is without a monthly fee or, according to Tele2, with a too low monthly fee, then with a high degree of probability, after buying a SIM card, they will try very hard to sell you something content. I always thought that this muck was basically absent on contract tariffs, then I looked at the My Conversation tariff, which they complained about. Well, yes, the youngest, one might say, the cheapest tariff in the line, but it’s a contract one! So it seems that the very word "contract" does not protect against anything. Which is also logical, all operators have complete chaos at the lowest contract tariffs, and these tariffs should be studied for a long time and thoughtfully before connection, a full set of unpleasant surprises usually comes out there.

I read a bitter complaint about a subscription "caught" on the Tele2 contract tariff. Stop stop, how is it? And Tele2's super protection against subscriptions, and some kind of codes come there, it seems that you won't subscribe even drunk by accident! There and in Tele2 they write how “Great” it is! Heh, again I had to carefully read the text, it’s good at least they hid it shallowly. No, definitely I have nowhere to go from the habit of looking everywhere for a catch. It would be okay, but I often find it! Which, in fact, discourages me.

We don't need to look for anything here, right in the first line in clear text: "Don't worry about accidentally connecting subscriptions on the Internet." Do not worry about subscriptions in inter-ter-not-those, you understand well? What kind of dirty trick will come out of your sim card and what it will sign you for, and then what else it will load from nowhere, only the developers of the Tele2 sim card know, and they are not responsible for the consequences. They were told to do it, they did it. And then who is responsible? Good question. Tele2 itself is only responsible for blocking subscriptions on the Internet, and in the sim card, you never know what the developers did there! And a sim card is not the Internet, and you can hardly convince the court of the opposite. All advertising banners promise only protection from subscriptions on the Internet. The circle is closed. Well, is it really "healthy"? So it seems to me that it’s a great idea and the inscription on the button doesn’t lie.

Okay, so look for it, I dug up another free “Protection” service, including at the rate that I complained about. So what? Again, we are talking only about “subscriptions via the Internet”, not a word about subscriptions imposed by a “cunning” sim card. Read here if you want.

They also write that, they say, I'm confusing people in vain, and the phrase "subscription on the Internet" is such a generalization, and in fact it means just any subscription. It's kind of an established expression. No, my dear cell phones, when you cling to the user’s throat, showing a couple of seemingly harmless words on the 12th or 23rd page of the description and suing the user, the phrase “I mean just ...” for argument does not count. But the user quickly comes to an epiphany and the realization that nothing in the description is written just like that. And yes, if you suddenly decide to sue the operator yourself, then your chances of winning are scanty. And I’m generally silent about the “established expression”, there is no such legal term! By the way, in court descriptions of Tele2 will be taken as a basis (there are no others), and these descriptions, of course, are obviously in favor of Tele2.

But let's continue. Why don't people yell at this obviously imposed content simply by replacing the sim card? I don’t even know, most likely because it’s not so often that you have to change a SIM card for a new one. Accordingly, they do not encounter all this too often. And those who often have to change the SIM card are usually almost professionals, and for them it has long been a reflex and a routine, they do not fall into simple traps.

People are afraid of 5G.

They are afraid to the vibration of the lower extremities. It's good that the weather is not very conducive to organizing discussion clubs in the yards, damn it cold! But now it's getting warmer, and the soul rushed to paradise on the yard benches. However, at one time they were also afraid of 3G, then they somehow got used to it and calmed down. For some reason, 4G took root more or less calmly, or the brightest episodes of resistance passed me by. In my memory there was something of a medium-sized level of a village riot. With 5G, everything is much more fun, but there are many very specific reasons.

Read Eldar's article here, fresh, dated February 10, 2021. Everything is correct in the sense that we really need to figure out who needs it and why it is needed, it’s certainly not so simple here. Inflating a 5G phobia is not a cheap pleasure; organizing rallies and demonstrations alone cost how much. Cookies during rallies also do not fall from the sky. Although now, they say, cookies are no longer handed out. But in any case, someone and for some reason this considerable money pays. Plus, all sorts of administrative and organizational expenses, salaries of those involved, etc., as a result, impressive sums will surely accumulate. The question is: who pays this money, as well as to whom and for what?

In general, for a start, I would abstract from all sorts of conjectures and clever reflections, but would try to focus on the simple. The money for the purposeful “rottenness” of 5G came from somewhere, and also from somewhere there were significant human resources. Where? Let's answer these two "from where" - we will understand the rest. It is clear that our operators have nothing to do with it, they have never been seen in the purposeful strangulation of a certain technology. Mintsifra (former Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications) quietly sabotages? Extremely unlikely, why would they? In general, I am silent about my opinion and vengefully leave you the right to express any of my assumptions, guess what? You never know, the aliens flew past and decided that on Earth they had advanced too far in technology. And “filling” with money the anti-5G protest movement is the very thing, then the protesters will do everything themselves in order to, if not kill, then at least greatly slow down 5G in Russia. What is not a hypothesis for you?

Honestly, I stole a sample of a flyer from Eldar's material. Have you penetrated? Interestingly, all these fiercely campaigning against 5G are not as primitive as they might seem at first glance. I've seen several of these flyers from the level of evidence like “Ahhh, We're all going to die. » to solid creations with formulas and integrals. The distribution by target audiences is clearly monitored, and this is already professionalism, and not cheap amateur performance. However, I can also draw an integral, although further - alas, “not Copenhagen”. However, the integral looks solid and convincing, this is a good thing.

In debt as in silks...

And this is by no means an ancient joke, it is. To me, "life on loan" is a lousy feeling. But the vast majority of "chronic" debtors feel quite comfortable, and it's not for me to judge these people. Here the joke is that after a few months of such an existence, everything sort of settles down and life goes on as usual again, spending corresponds to income. Well, apart from the loan payments, of course. That is, we have exactly what we would have had without loans, but now we have our future a little earlier, and interest payments eat up a hefty chunk of income as a gift to the bank, that's the whole difference. In fact, we give this considerable money to see and feel the future today, and not in a couple of months. The exception is all sorts of diseases in their relatives and relatives, there is nowhere to go. But this, thank God, is not too often. And with a refrigerator… Well, tell me honestly, did you borrow a new refrigerator because the old one was already completely dying? Yes, nevermind, they bought it because Masha bought herself a new one the day before yesterday, and why are you worse than Masha !? Well, if there was someone to shake off the old one.

Subscriptions we collect

And those who collect us, by the way. In salons, many ask the employee to turn off all content nonsense immediately when buying a SIM card. The employee usually agrees out of politeness, but technically this is not feasible, and the employee cannot physically do this, you should not be offended by him. And you shouldn’t write complaints either, the employee is not to blame for such exquisite deceit. A little more about debts and careful handling of them. Again about 5G, our close enemies and sworn friends will not calm down.

About subscriptions

Disconnect what is not connected, how is that?! And so, the operator has built just such a super-efficient business model. And earlier all operators were noticed in this, just around Tele2, thanks to advertising, a certain aura of an honest operator has already formed, and, plunging into another "cow's cake", people are a little lost in surprise. He sniffs the sole, scratches with his fingernail and says with surprise: “Wow, I got into manure https://cars45.com.gh/jS1xv6s2PBUg92VRHhenL20a again!”.

Disconnect what is not connected, how is it ?! And so, the operator has built just such a super-efficient business model. And earlier all operators were noticed in this, just around Tele2, thanks to advertising, a certain aura of an honest operator has already formed, and, plunging into another "cow's cake", people are a little lost in surprise. He sniffs the sole, scratches it with his fingernail, and says with surprise: “Wow, I got into the https://cars45.com.gh/jS1xv6s2PBUg92VRHhenL20a https://cars45.com.gh/jS1xv6s2PBUg92VRHhenL20a manure!".

I read on the forum another "cry of the soul" about Tele2, which suddenly turned out to be not entirely honest and sold a subscription to its new subscriber. Note that I sold it to a new subscriber, this is important in our case. We have already discussed this topic, but a lot of time has passed since then, or just atrocities with unsolicited subscriptions have become less, it doesn’t matter. In general, as it used to be: on the new SIM card in a state of suspended animation, “blanks” of paid subscriptions doze, but no one sees them. And how can you turn off something that you can’t see and that doesn’t exist at all? Accordingly, the salon employee shakes your hand, hands you an envelope with a sim card and quite sincerely says that he turned off everything that could be turned off, thanks, they say, for choosing Tele2, and thanks for our happy childhood too.He only forgets to say that the most exquisite and fragrant content g ... will crawl out of the slots of the SIM card only after a few days, and before that it can neither be seen nor turned off ... And who will be to blame for the subscription? You will be to blame, as you allowed the seller to activate your sim card and thereby launch all these mechanisms. Now, if you please, every 15 minutes (okay, a couple of times a day is enough) check the SIM card for the presence of suddenly materialized programs. I saw - slammed, waiting for the next one to appear. Usually a week and a half is enough to destroy the operator's "gifts", and then you can sleep peacefully. Almost calmly, not forgetting about the obligatory paid action every… Listen, check the numbers on the forums of your region. It may turn out to be the expected 180, and 90 days, and some other figure came across to me. If the tariff is without a monthly fee or, according to Tele2, with a too low monthly fee, then with a high degree of probability, after buying a SIM card, they will try very hard to sell you something content. I always thought that this muck was basically absent on contract tariffs, then I looked at the My Conversation tariff, which they complained about. Well, yes, the youngest, one might say, the cheapest tariff in the line, but it’s a contract one! So it seems that the very word "contract" does not protect against anything. Which is also logical, all operators have complete chaos at the lowest contract tariffs, and these tariffs should be studied for a long time and thoughtfully before connection, a full set of unpleasant surprises usually comes out there.

I read a bitter complaint about a subscription "caught" on the Tele2 contract tariff. Stop stop, how is it? And Tele2's super protection against subscriptions, and some kind of codes come there, it seems that you won't subscribe even drunk by accident! There and in Tele2 they write how “Great” it is! Heh, again I had to carefully read the text, it’s good at least they hid it shallowly. No, definitely I have nowhere to go from the habit of looking everywhere for a catch. It would be okay, but I often find it! Which, in fact, discourages me.

We don't need to look for anything here, right in the first line in clear text: "Don't worry about accidentally connecting subscriptions on the Internet." Do not worry about subscriptions in inter-ter-not-those, you understand well? What kind of dirty trick will come out of your sim card and what it will sign you for, and then what else it will load from nowhere, only the developers of the Tele2 sim card know, and they are not responsible for the consequences. They were told to do it, they did it. And then who is responsible? Good question. Tele2 itself is only responsible for blocking subscriptions on the Internet, and in the sim card, you never know what the developers did there! And a sim card is not the Internet, and you can hardly convince the court of the opposite. All advertising banners promise only protection from subscriptions on the Internet. The circle is closed. Well, is it really "healthy"? So it seems to me that it’s a great idea and the inscription on the button doesn’t lie.

Okay, so look for it, I dug up another free “Protection” service, including at the rate that I complained about. So what? Again, we are talking only about “subscriptions via the Internet”, not a word about subscriptions imposed by a “cunning” sim card. Read here if you want.

They also write that, they say, I'm confusing people in vain, and the phrase "subscription on the Internet" is such a generalization, and in fact it means just any subscription. It's kind of an established expression. No, my dear cell phones, when you cling to the user’s throat, showing a couple of seemingly harmless words on the 12th or 23rd page of the description and suing the user, the phrase “I mean just ...” for argument does not count. But the user quickly comes to an epiphany and the realization that nothing in the description is written just like that. And yes, if you suddenly decide to sue the operator yourself, then your chances of winning are scanty. And I’m generally silent about the “established expression”, there is no such legal term! By the way, in court descriptions of Tele2 will be taken as a basis (there are no others), and these descriptions, of course, are obviously in favor of Tele2.

In general, that's enough for now. Maybe. I reminded you of the very existence of subscriptions and that everything is rather murky there, you can get stuck completely. And what is hidden in the depths of the sim card, we do not know at all, and no one will tell us. You just need to keep in mind that you can “fly in” from your own “native” sim card, and this will no longer be a violation of any “Prohibition”, since everywhere they talk exclusively about the random connection of partner subscriptions on the Internet, but about loading the start subscriptions from their own SIM cards do not say a word, if only for the sake of decency.

Slightly OFF

I am also sincerely pleased with the "righteous anger" of more or less experts in this field. More precisely, those who consider themselves and position themselves as such specialists. They instantly pop up in the comments and in the mail, like devils from a snuffbox, and begin to incriminate-destroy-blame me for my insufficiently high qualifications. Now, if I had addressed a question to them, so smart and qualified, in advance, then they, maybe, at first for the sake of appearance, would have broken, but then they would have thought and answered competently and in essence. May be. Or they would answer, but not in essence, but “from the bulldozer” (much more often). Or... Oh, I've seen enough of these "answers". Tired! You wait for an answer for 3-4 days, and finally you get an outright banality that is not worth the powder of a laser printer. And you yourself seem to be “hobbled” (you yourself are a fool, by the way), you asked - if you please, wait for an answer, and then every 2 days a reminder: I hope you used our highly valuable data (probably they are about the Times New Roman alphabet)? And in which edition can I see the published one? Can you link?

But let's continue. Why don't people yell at this obviously imposed content simply by replacing the sim card? I don’t even know, most likely because it’s not so often that you have to change a SIM card for a new one. Accordingly, they do not encounter all this too often. And those who often have to change the SIM card are usually almost professionals, and for them it has long been a reflex and a routine, they do not fall into simple traps.

People are afraid of 5G.

They are afraid to the vibration of the lower extremities. It's good that the weather is not very conducive to organizing discussion clubs in the yards, damn it cold! But now it's getting warmer, and the soul rushed to paradise on the yard benches. However, at one time they were also afraid of 3G, then they somehow got used to it and calmed down. For some reason, 4G took root more or less calmly, or the brightest episodes of resistance passed me by. In my memory there was something of a medium-sized level of a village riot. With 5G, everything is much more fun, but there are many very specific reasons.

Read Eldar's article here, fresh, dated February 10, 2021. Everything is correct in the sense that we really need to figure out who needs it and why it is needed, it’s certainly not so simple here. Inflating a 5G phobia is not a cheap pleasure; organizing rallies and demonstrations alone cost how much. Cookies during rallies also do not fall from the sky. Although now, they say, cookies are no longer handed out. But in any case, someone and for some reason this considerable money pays. Plus, all sorts of administrative and organizational expenses, salaries of those involved, etc., as a result, impressive sums will surely accumulate. The question is: who pays this money, as well as to whom and for what?

In general, for a start, I would abstract from all sorts of conjectures and clever reflections, but would try to focus on the simple. The money for the purposeful “rottenness” of 5G came from somewhere, and also from somewhere there were significant human resources. Where? Let's answer these two "from where" - we will understand the rest. It is clear that our operators have nothing to do with it, they have never been seen in the purposeful strangulation of a certain technology. Mintsifra (former Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications) quietly sabotages? Extremely unlikely, why would they? In general, I am silent about my opinion and vengefully leave you the right to express any of my assumptions, guess what? You never know, the aliens flew past and decided that on Earth they had advanced too far in technology. And “filling” with money the anti-5G protest movement is the very thing, then the protesters will do everything themselves in order to, if not kill, then at least greatly slow down 5G in Russia. What is not a hypothesis for you?

Honestly, I stole a sample of a flyer from Eldar's material. Have you penetrated? Interestingly, all these fiercely campaigning against 5G are not as primitive as they might seem at first glance. I've seen several of these flyers from the level of evidence like “Ahhh, We're all going to die. » to solid creations with formulas and integrals. The distribution by target audiences is clearly monitored, and this is already professionalism, and not cheap amateur performance. However, I can also draw an integral, although further - alas, “not Copenhagen”. However, the integral looks solid and convincing, this is a good thing.

In debt as in silks...

And this is by no means an ancient joke, it is. To me, "life on loan" is a lousy feeling. But the vast majority of "chronic" debtors feel quite comfortable, and it's not for me to judge these people. Here the joke is that after a few months of such an existence, everything sort of settles down and life goes on as usual again, spending corresponds to income. Well, apart from the loan payments, of course. That is, we have exactly what we would have had without loans, but now we have our future a little earlier, and interest payments eat up a hefty chunk of income as a gift to the bank, that's the whole difference. In fact, we give this considerable money to see and feel the future today, and not in a couple of months. The exception is all sorts of diseases in their relatives and relatives, there is nowhere to go. But this, thank God, is not too often. And with the refrigerator… Well, tell me honestly, did you borrow a new refrigerator because the old one was already completely dying? Yes, never mind, they bought it because Masha bought herself a new one the day before yesterday, and why are you worse than Masha !? Well, if there was someone to shake off the old one.