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Akses Axis (GSM yang baik)

Posted on: Februari 7, 2009

Hari ini baru beli majalah Info Komputer edisi Februari 2009.. nah di halaman 36, bagian Uji produk.. ada produk “Akses Axis E160G”…

Dari ulasan artikel tersebut , produk ini boleh dibilang bisa jadi produk alternatif buat mereka2x yang butuh internet mobile… dengan paket seharga Rp 1.388.000, bisa mendapatkan 3G Modem , MicroSD 1 GB, serta akses internet 6 GB setahun penuh…

Untuk soal kualitas koneksi, tergantung lokasi “Akses Axis” digunakan.. selama pada jaringan 3G kecepatan ‘pol’ bisa diraih..  dan tentunya jaringan GSM..  😀

Nah… persis di sebelah halaman itu ada iklannya AXIS, iklan “Akses Axis” dengan fitur – fitur seperti telah disebut diatas. Yang menarik buat g tentang iklan dan uji produk ini adalah informasi soal quota per bulan yang tidak dipaparkan di iklan ini… sedangkan pada artikel uji produk ada kutipan sebagai berikut 

“….Namun jangan senang dulu dengan tawaran ini. Pasalnya, jatah akses gratis per bulan paket Akses Axis ini hanya berlaku untuk kuota 500MB/bulan. Jika akses data pengguna melebihi kuota ini, pengguna akan dikenai tarif Rp0,7/KB…… “

Hihihi.. jadi mo ketawa pas baca-nya…dalam hati kepikir “koq GSM yang baik, iklannya ngumpetin syarat – syarat tertentu sih… ”  

Entah kebetulan saja or apalah… sehari sebelumnya g baca koran Kompas edisi Jumat, 6 Feb 2009… pada halaman 7 soal “Redaksi Yth”.. ada pembaca yang mengadukan soal Axis dengan judul “Axis Tidak Baik dan Merugikan”… singkat cerita di tulisan tersebut penulis-nya merasa dirugikan karena pulsa terpotong sebelum pemakaian internet 500 MB dan mempersoalkan tentang pelayanan gerai Axis..

So, makin pengen ketawa aja klo liat Axis, ternyata operator yang ngaku baik ini.. belum bisa buktikan ke-“baik”-annya… masih aja kelakuannya sama kayak operator pendahulunya.. hehehe…..

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