Sunday, April 08, 2012

In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful

Occasionally mobile telephones are faulty and the owner will send their phone back to the supplier. They either get the phone repaired and returned to them or the supplier gives them a new phone. Sometimes things go a little wrong along the way as one Virgin Media customer found out...

I returned my mobile phone handset to Virgin for repair. When it came back it contained an MP3 download of a nine-minute extract from the Qur'an.

...But this story in the Observer has a happy ending...

One possibility is that it sent you back the wrong handset. Virgin has started an investigation with its contracted repair company but, without waiting for the outcome, sent you a new phone and six months' credit, worth £153, as a goodwill gesture.

...So it all worked out okay in the end and gives me an opportunity to post an alternative Easter Sunday message on my blog. Other alternative Easter messages can be read over on Bumpy Highway , a blog from a fellow PCV licence holder. He writes about the Walk of Witness and being a Christian but working on an Easter Sunday.
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