qwest outage no notice

Bob Bradlee Bob at BRADLEE.ORG
Sat Jan 9 09:57:33 CST 2010


On Sat, 09 Jan 2010 07:00:42 -0800, Mike wrote:

>Qwest NEVER EVER provides SLA adjustments, no longer how long it's down 
>or what their own role in it being down is. They toss it from department 

If they honored every SLA adjustment they would not be able to pay the current stockholders a 6.8% yield!
At 20.63% over their 200day and 12.6% over their 50day moving average their stock is only 4.52% below 
their 52 week high, and about 50% down from its 2007 high, makes their stock a better investment than 
their service. Well that is assuming you do not look back to 2000 when it was a $50 stock before the roller 
coaster ride to a low of a little over $2 in oct 2009 and is going back up again due to that extra little bit of 
cash they can squeeze for those damb customers. If it was not for the customers, this would be a good 
business investment.

Back under my rock ....
The other Bob







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