16-10-2013 11:02 AM
Kudos, apparently is for those much better than us mere mortals, only to be given out for services to queen and country. Not for passing the hobnobs!!! There, conside yourself told!!! I was!!! lmao
16-10-2013 11:06 AM
For your info, guidelines that all should have read before posting on here
Keep conversation "On Topic" – When replying to a post, make sure you stick to the topic in the thread. If you want to discuss something else, be it constructive feedback or a personal point of view, then do so in a new thread or via Private Message. And please, no spam. It clogs up an otherwise fluid conversation (this includes saying the same thing over and over again!)
Multiple postings - Please be patient while waiting for a response to your post and refrain from posting the same message across different boards or threads. Some questions may be trickier to answer and therefore may take longer to formulate a response.
Say ‘thanks’ – If you are satisfied with an answer to your question, make sure to say ‘thank you’ by pressing ‘Accepting as a solution’. Think someone is saying some good stuff within the community? Why not give them a pat on the back in the form of a ‘kudos’. It’s all about good netiquette.
There are more guidelines but this applies to this thread.
Going off topic. Biscuits is not a phone, handing out virtual biscuits is going off topic.
Multiple postings, I saw several blank messages just to get to the 2000 mark.
Say Thank's, yes for you help on your question being answered not for biscuits that don't even exist.
Kudos are meant to be earned not given out like candy in a candy shop.
16-10-2013 11:12 AM
I am the highest earning contributor. Now one else has earned the title Respected Contributor yet.
Chester has the most Kudos of all time with me in 3rd place. We don't get to this point for handing out biscuits we get to this point for following guidlines and helping the community
16-10-2013 11:20 AM
I don't work for lithium either. I have a full time job and do this in some of my spare time.
Because you don't work for lithium doesn't mean your exempt from the guidelines. You must follow them thats why they are there.
16-10-2013 11:23 AM
sorry you are now getting off topic... please could you stick to the topic.
This forum is about iphone 5s delivery's not how good you are and what you do in your spare time.
thank you muchly
16-10-2013 11:34 AM
16-10-2013 11:36 AM
I've been keeping tabs on this forum since I ordered 2 weeks ago...and have a number of gripes with EE/Orange. Have now decided to join just so that I could contribute....Pass the biscuits
16-10-2013 11:46 AM
Hey, firstly I'm rubbish at forums and I don't know if I've even clicked the right button to reply, but just thought I'd chip in!
Can't complain too much just yet BUT I ordered the phone one week ago today (16gb Space Grey). Got the emailing requesting to call, called them, they said all is well. Recieved an email saying 'Your phone is winging it's way to you' and thats when I noticed the '30 days delivery' bit.
So, I called again, mentioning that when I ordered the phone it was listed as 'in stock' with '3 days express delivery time'. The lady on the phone then told me that it will take up to 30 days, but 'probably more like 10 to 14 days'. So thus far I have been informed 3 different possibilites. Before all of this happened - I had gone into my local EE and asked about setting up in store, they said if I paid a £10 deposit they would have the phone within 7 days.
All of this is very misinforming, confusing and nonsensical.
Like I said, I have a conciderable amount less to be annoyed about as I have only been waiting 7 days.
I'll keep updating on my phones progress though if it helps. I would also like to add that a friend of mine who lives near me ordered the phone about a week before me a recieved it in 4 days.
PS. I don't think there should be a biscuit ban.