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6-03-2011 @ 7:42AM
"On the other hand, there are many different companies that do the same sort of thing. In the UK (don't know about other regions), most telephone companies ask you to pay line rental (you don't own the line), and then offer "extras" like Broadband or whatever other Services, like paying for individual calls."Those are all services, paying for time, not for a product.Paying for WoW content is like paying for phone lines and then paying to rent them despite already owning them.Paying for WoW content and then service is like paying a rental agency so you can rent your own car you have owned and paid off.If it's a product then they shouldn't be charging for "time to use the content".If it's a service then they shouldn't be charging for content that you can't actually own.They need to decide whether they want to sell a service or a product and stop charging for the content or allow people to use the content without a subscription somehow, offline is easiest.They can't legally make you rent what you already paid for.
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