Following a deluge of customer complaints, Dell Computers has
rescinded the routing of corporate calls to its customer service
center in India.  Not surprisingly, customers were outraged that
"operators [were] difficult to communicate with because of thick 
accents and scripted responses," according to a NewsMax report.
Dell is just one of many hi-tech companies that have been off-shoring
jobs to India, presumably to cut costs.  Sadly, though, despite
this recent backlash against Dell, the company does not plan to
scale-back any of its other Bangladore, India operations.  Dell
employs about 44,000 employees -- over 54% of which are foreigners

My Summary;
..."dude, you're getting a Dell....better hope it does not break dude"

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