L'autentico mistero delle pandine di Telecom su Corso Vittorio altezza Chiesa Nuova

11 aprile 2013


Evidentemente Telecom ha un centro operativo nei pressi di piazza della Chiesa Nuova e questo è il modo in cui abbandonano le loro auto quando non sono in servizio. La prima era parcheggiata nello spazio dei taxi. È un fenomeno che si verifica giornalmente e sempre a ridosso dell'ora di pranzo. Proprio non riescono a trovare un'alternativa al parcheggio selvaggio anche sulla martoriata corsia preferenziale su Corso Vittorio?
Patrizio

6 commenti | dì la tua:

sampei78 ha detto...

non potete capire quanto rompono il ca**o, soprattutto sulla corsia preferenziale...

Anonimo ha detto...

Lì vicino c'è la centrale che dà l'ADSL a tutto il centro storico, quindi per ogni variazione o guasto qualchuno deve andare lì.

Anonimo ha detto...

Sempre a lamentarvi... poi quando il tecnico non arriva quando avete un guasto rompete i co*****ni...
Ricordatevi che loro lavorano per la comunità e per qualsiasi gestore che avete.

Anonimo ha detto...

il mistero è come fai a scrivere un articolo se hai un cervello monocellulare. li davanti alla chiesa nuova c' è una importante centrale telefonica.se stiamo lavorando li per gli utenti di zona all' ora di pranzo dove mangiamo. a casa tua???

Yuanyuan Lin ha detto...

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