New UK Carrier Pledges 25 Percent of Profits to Charity

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Kami3k

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[citation][nom]nieur[/nom]if consumers want give money to charity they don't need carrier for that[/citation]


Lol, how pathetic. You are bashing a company for giving to charity.
 

rosen380

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Well lots of companies give money to charities and don't make big deals about it.

And I agree with Nieur anyways. Per a related article on theregister.com their rates are also 20% higher than the competition, so

Company A: Bills you $60 for service that costs $50
Company B: Bills you $72 for service that costs $50 and then donates 25% of the difference [$5.50] to charity.

Why not just go with A and give $12 to charity rather than giving B $12 so they can give less than half of that to charity?

 

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What about giving "charity" to those who would not otherwise buy movies and music (except maybe the Avengers), without the need for tpb.pirateparty.org.uk ?
 
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