Firstly, please accept my sincere apology for the unfortunate incident and the experience you had while seeking information to purchase device at one of our dealer outlets recently.
Celcom values each feedback from every customer even though coming from an anonymous blogger. We really hope you would remain as our valued customer and please let us know how we can help you further.
On this matter, we have issued a warning letter to the respective outlet . We hear and agree that behavior such as this, is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
We sincerely hope you will allow us the opportunity to serve you in future.
Head Media Relations
Celcom Axiata Berhad
And the following is my reply
I'm pleasantly surprised upon receiving your mail.
I really appreciate it.
It didn't really cross my mind that my posting on my bad experience with the Celcom agent that day would received any attention.
After all, I am just an insignificant anonymous blogger.
Honestly, I was actually ranting that day because I was very angry.
I am not angry anymore, okay :-)
Actually, despite my threat to go to Maxis or Digi that day, I am still with Celcom.
After I cooled down, I decided not to trouble myself with switching telco.
As I had mentioned, I have been a loyal Celcom customer for more than 10 years.
I'm not the type who changed things I am used to so easily.
Throughout the years, I had met some of your colleagues who had been very nice and helpful to me such as members of your comms team in Johor Baru.
But seriously, I think Celcom needs to do something to improve customer services at your agents' outlets.
After all the guys there wear Celcom colors and insignia.
Actually after the incident at One Utama, I did try to buy the Iphone6 that I wanted at another Celcom's agent outlet at the Tropicana City Mall in PJ
I wanted to buy it from Celcom because the package offered is the best compared to those of other telcos for the same phone.
Unfortunately, the guy who manned the counter said I have to pay in cash and that he only accept credit card for bills payment only.
Well, the phone costs over RM2,600 and I don't like carrying that amount of cash around. It's just inconvenient and not really safe to carry around a lot of cash.
I think Celcom needs to make things more customer friendly.
I also believe that you all need to train your agents to know how to sell your services. Those I met can't even convince me why I should not switch to other telco as they don't seem to be well verse in the services offered. I think I can argue better than them on why Celcom offers the best package of services :-)
I will wait until after Chinese New Year to try again buying the Iphone6 from one of your agent's outlets. Maybe you can point out the one I should go to, to get it.
Oh, one more thing, why la your agents only sell the grey colored Iphone6? Those are the ugly ones, okay. I wanted to buy the silver colored one. Can you ask them to stock up with those?
Thanks Rohaizan. Don't worry. Now that I have your email address, I will kacau you if I got trouble with Celcom services instead of ranting in my blog.