Hi, our TiVo box is very slow and also catchup is unwatchable (pauses every 20 seconds or so). I have tried restarting the box but the issue remains. Our wifi is also very intermittent and I don't know if this is connected with the TiVo issue.. Any ideas? Thanks Jon
I'm sorry to hear that both your TiVo® and Broadband aren't working as efficiently as they should. I'll be happy to help check this out for you.
I have carried out some checks and currently there is a network issue affecting both services. This is already escalated to our network teams and our engineers are working to resolve this.
This is under reference: F003519430.
The is due to high demand impacting the network and the work required to make the necessary improvements to alleviate this high demand may take some time. We're expecting a review by the 25th November. If things haven't improved by then, please don't hesitate to get back in touch with us requesting an update.
In the meantime, if you have any other questions, please get in touch
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Hi, thanks for the response. We have had this issue for at least a month, and it seems it won't be resolved for another month. We live in the middle of London, not the countryside - so I am surprised that such an issue can be allowed to develop and then persist for so long. Can you confirm what compensation we'll be getting? Regards Jon
In regards to compensation, I'd recommend giving our team a call when the issue has been resolved so the amount can be calculated. You can contact the team on 150 from any Virgin line or 0345 454 1111.
Sorry again for the inconvenience these issues are causing, we're looking forward to getting them resolved.
Hi, This issue outlined below has been effecting us all year on and off. Not only do we lose internet but we lose our heating as well (as we use Nest, a smart meter). We called the number below and they said the technical issue in our area was finally resolved. We asked for compensation and they said they couldn't discuss on the phone and that we had to write to Virgin outlining the problem.
This is v frustrating as I don't want to have to spend lots more time complaining and outlining the problem when you know full well what the issue is/was from your system.
Furthermore, where do I write to? (Email address please I am not posting a letter)
We pay full whack for your services - when far cheaper options are available - so we expect full compensation. Broadband has been faulty for about 1 year now.