Last fault took 10 days for engineer (sorry Craig but intervention through the forum should not be required) This time it's 5 days, still not good enough especially as the previous fault was VM induced at the street box (pin connection ?). Same again - it is not my equipment I feel that whenever some-one works on a street box something gets "disturbed".
VM get you act together. I had a credit of £3:30 for 10 days loss of service -that is not compensation for poor performance. SLA of 3 days should be put in place. BT may be the way to go.
Apologies again for the continued problems you're experiencing with your phone line, as mentioned in my previous reply, I'd love to take a closer look at this to see how I can help although if that's not something you want then that's not a problem
We'd love to hear how the appointment goes and apologies again for the inconvenience you're experiencing with your service.
Hi Craig Just had conversation with Customer Services(wow I actually talked to a person in UK) to explain my dissatisfaction mainly to get escalation to management). Appreciate your offer of support but my point is the "Forum" or Customer Services should not be necessary to get the sort of service that should be the norm. I sympathise with the engineers that have to face the customer. Sometimes the only way to get improvement is to escalate complaints. Liberty Group = "It’s our responsibility to continue to invest in our network, deliver outstanding service...." Perhaps "maybe think about delivering a better service" would be more accurate. Have a nice day.