The Mobile Phone Company has been named as the most complained-about mobile phone company, narrowly beating 3G, which has shot to the top of the table as the worst landline provider.
According to the latest figures from the regulator, Ofcom, the Mobile Phone Company was the most complained-about mobile provider - with 0.15 complaints per 1,000 - in the last three months of 2017. It saw its complaint figures rise substantially in the last quarter of 2017. The company wanted to pinpoint the specific problems and take corrective action.
Researchers were called in, and they spoke to a number of customers, noting the nature of the specific problems they faced. Because the problem had to be attended to very quickly, they developed a theoretical base, collected relevant detailed information from a sample of 100 customers, and analyzed the data. The results promise to be fairly accurate with at least an 85% chance of success in problem solving. The researchers will make recommendations to the company based on the results of data analysis.
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