Cost cutting plans in line for Motorola
1. phillipxenxciel (Posts: 14; Member since: 23 Jul 2008)
motorola is not quality builder already(not my opinion but my customers), this move is gonna mess up, really bad
6. YouLostTheGame (Posts: 441; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
What are you talking about? Quality? Ha, just look at that marvelous wonder of a cell phone they released fetching a cool $2000! Now that's quality for ya! *smacks forehead with hand* One would actually think they would have thought that one through before release given the current GLOBAL economic situation, sheesh! I think it's total FAILS like the aforementioned one, especially given the poor timing economically, that deserve to put Moto out of biz. I say let them fall, just like we should let the big three automakers here in the U.S. fall. If a biz can't function on it's own, then it shouldn't exist in a free market!
7. Legion (Posts: 397; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)
"If a biz can't function on it's own, then it shouldn't exist in a free market!" Exactly, since when did all the capatalists forget how capatilism works?
3. Mayday3420 (Posts: 61; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
They have stopped making a quality product a long time ago. All their pieces of equipment are absolutely terrible. How do you expect to compete when you throw out trash for people to use. Now not only are they still producing trash for customers they are screwing over their employees. They really need to revamp their entire thought process. This really is just sad and I feel sorry for their employees.
4. ROOTorTOOT (Posts: 1; Member since: 17 Dec 2008)
i hope Motorola gets better, i like their products
5. SilverPearl (Posts: 31; Member since: 08 Jul 2008)
I also hope they straighten themselves out. They definitely do need to rethink their approach to cell phones. The only current model they have out that I lean towards is the RIZR... seems to be selling/working well for our customers.