Now it's over, and the stress levels have dropped, I feel strangely weak - like I've just recovered from a nasty bug.
Telecom management (basically a pact of soul-less arseholes), have fessed up and admitted they "made a mistake" (not that they'd actually say that in so many words).
Having them call me and my fellow workmates incompetent was hard to take, as were their calculated mis-truths in the media. Make no mistake, we were right, and they were wrong.
How can I be certain ? I know this because "I" was a part of the team that discovered the problem...
While they're sitting on their nice leather chairs, icing their bruised crotches... I wonder if they ponder who the hell trained those bloody Vodafone Engineers that finally made them listen to the truth of the situation....
The irony is .... they trained us themselves ... It turns out most of us are ex-Telecom.
I really hoped over the last seven years they'd changed; that they'd finally turned a corner - but lifting the polished veneer, you can still expose the infection that breeds unchecked, and you sadly realise they really haven't changed at all.
So Telecom ...
No more stress working night and day to prove you wrong, when you wouldn't admit it yourself .
No more sleepless nights wondering what truth you would distort next.
No more selling myself short...
Tonight I'll sleep like a baby :)
5:57PM Friday May 01, 2009
Vodafone is off to court to protest at Telecom's new XT mobile network, in the belief it is the source of interference on the Vodafone network.
Vodafone said it had begun the legal action following a significant rise in the number of customer complaints about interference on its network.
Testing showed serious interference to Vodafone's network caused by Telecom's network, which was still under construction.
and then finally after the dust settled
Vodafone says its customers should notice improved call quality after sorting out its scrap with Telecom over the latter's new mobile phone network.
Vodafone yesterday sought an injunction to stop Telecom rolling out its new XT network on May 13, claiming its transmitters were causing interference to the Vodafone network.
But the parties reached an agreement last night which will see Telecom extending its programme installing filters to its new transmitters while putting back the network launch until late May.
Vodafone chief executive Russell Stanners said the agreement was good news for its phone users, who he said had reported call quality problems since Telecom began testing its new transmitters early this year.