Everybody loves to hate PTCL (even if their services are decent, in the very rare occasion). We’re all in agreement, right? Internet and phone problems seem to be the new normal here in Pakistan, and frankly speaking PTCL couldn’t give a damn about us customers, it seems. There’s too much wrong with them for us to complain about; its just gotten to a point of pure frustration.
And this one frustrated PTCL customer’s complaint is getting A LOT of attention from similarly agitated people of the internet
While that person chose a softer tone, Ayesha Khalid, here, held nothing back. Reading her short, yet extremely angry, note will give your rooh some sukoon.
What kind of non humans are you guys even? Been complaining for my disconnected phone and internet for over a week, and…
Yup you read that right.
The lady has threatened PTCL with some serious consequences
DISCLAIMER: We don’t endorse violence of ANY kind (this is serious), but the creativity of Ms. Khalid’s mind is so scary we can’t help but appreciate
If you still cannot believe it, here are her threats for the PTCL team once again:
- Removing their guts.
- She’ll do (1) by stuffing her fingers down their throats.
- She has also vowed to haunt the little children of those who work at the company.
She’s given them a total of 24 hours before her threats come into play.
Let’s be honest, we’ve all really wanted to say this to them but never had the courage. But Ayesha don’t care and we couldn’t be prouder.
Ayesha is clearly rallying support from the internet
People just couldn’t get enough of their own issues
Some even tried to one up Ayesha
Others couldn’t help but appreciate the complaint
In all this madness, this person was asking PTCL the right questions
If you’re wondering what happened next, here’s what Ayesha had to say to MangoBaaz about her internet situation
Her internet is up and running (for now). She had a lineman come in and put in place a temporary fix. She was told she needs a new line at her house, jo abhi tak laga nahin. Also the most she heard from PTCL was an automated phone call asking if the issue was resolved, and that’s about it, she says.
While speaking to MangoBaaz, she said that even though she was being sarcastic in her post to PTCL, she doesn’t want to see the lineman in her area lose his job but wants to reprimand the company, nonetheless.
According to Ayesha, placing the blame on those people who hardly earn 10K a month (that too for such a demanding job) is pretty unfair. The real blame lies with the management and ‘big shots’. There’s clearly mass mismanagement and this leaves people without their basic services. While everyone else in the company are able to get away with it, its the lineman or technician who faces the brunt of everyone’s anger.