Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Simple Rules on this blog

Since my last post on “DiGi iPhone Details” I have been receiving lots of comment especially via Twitter.

Although I had more positive comments versus the negative versus, I would still like to respond to those negative commentators.

First of all, Malaysian Wireless is still my personal, independent blog and I”m am yet to profit from it for the time and effort I spent on it past 3-4 years. And another thing is this, none of my 30k readers are paying for any content that I post up to this blog.

Negative/Offensive Comments

There are only some 10 people making noises out there but I still want to make this clear about the rules on this blog. Its very simple actually, this is my blog and I make the rules. And the rules are pretty simple, be nice and appreciate the content, leave if you don’t like. Critics are very welcomed, but I deleted a number of negative comments on “DiGi iPhone Details” because those comments are offensive and does more harm than good. The rule of critics/comments is simple, be positive and tell me what is missing from the post or what you expected and please correct me by advising me, in the end of the day these negative commentators are not paying me to write here.

And this will continue, if you have negative/offensive/rude comments, I will delete it. I don’t want a negative environment in my blog.

About the DiGi iPhone Details post

First, I never promised anyone that I will reveal the DiGi iPhone 4 plans. I always said details of DiGi iPhone 4 on Twitter, so if you got it wrong that’s a mis-understanding.

As I have done it before with the “Maxis iPhone 4 Details“, I don’t understand why certain people think that I want to hold up information on the DiGi iPhone 4 plans. I made it clear in my post that the plans are still being finalised, so how on earth can I reveal something that has changed and not finalised. I wish I had more updated details for the readers.

Also to respond certain comments, like this one from Dinesh Nair, in the end of the day two DiGi corporate comm person invited me. I did not received the invite earlier because it came from a different PR company. Maybe you should Tweet this, I am still considering to attend the DiGi event because I’m not happy with the DiGi iPhone team.

So there you go.

If you are one of the negative commentators who are still here reading this post, thank you for your continuous support. Can’t wait for you positive comments and advice!

And to the rest of my readers, I love you all and cheers to you.

Kugan is the co-founder of MalaysianWireless. He has been observing the mobile industry since 2003. Connect with him on Twitter: @scamboy

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