I don't have any feelings about this because I'm not the one that is being denying a service for an arbitrary reason the companies want to put.NukkuMatti wrote:Let me try to understand, you are mad because you need to wait for 2 years before you are granted a fixed contract in your name.
So what is wrong then with the prepaid? Oh yeah nothing, you can get the same service but it is only the idea that because you lived in another country and not in Finland for the past two years, that you feel mistreated because company policy has decided you need to live in Finland for 2 years first before they grant you a fixed contract.
Do you understand that it is only a feeling, and feelings are very personal, this one is yours, some others might have the same feelings, but might have not or have other feelings. I for example have the feeling that immigrants (like me) are granted too easy all kind of benefits f.e. when they have nothing they can actually get money for a phone (prepaid that is), while the working man has to pay for this himself. (Toimeentulotuki)
But that is just my feeling, that does not make it a trampling of my rights or injustice to me because I work and have to pay for it myself.
In your case It is just how it is by decision of the management of the company you want a service of. Accept that it is like that or buy enough shares so you can vote for a change in the shareholders meeting. In my case I can vote for a party that wants to change this or run for member of parliament myself (after I acquired the Finish citizenship).
So stop wining and take action yourself. If you want something changed, nothing will change when you only come to a forum to wine over your feelings of injustice.
So get Finnish citizenship and vote for parliament and for the phone stuff, buy shares to be able to vote.
Some advice, go wine about your feelings in the forum "pub/tea corner" if you insist.
So... since I don't have any problem with my feeling, perhaps you could understand that with I do have a problem is with all of us being treated before law equally and be able to access to services also equally, independently of our place of origin, color of the skin, sex... etc. That's even more important when we are EU citizens living in an EU country.
Is that difficult to understand?