Man I tell you, It sure makes me appreciate the old days when there was no call waiting, no
pre-recorded messages, and no outsourcing customer service to other countries.
The thing is, many of us in the USA can't understand what the customer service person is saying.
But this actually does go for inside the USA too. There are many spanish speaking people that work
in customer service in the USA and some times I have a problem understanding what they are saying.
I think they need a:
-push one for English
-push two for southern English
-push three for redneck English
-push four for northern English
-push five for Spanish
-push six for British
-push seven for .....
HEY,....when did rotary phones go out of style?