Tried to use a cheap call company which check your number before allowing you to use it, it told me my number was not registered and then told me what was my number only to find it was not mine.
reported it to virgin who said they knew there was a problem with this as they have cross my line with another and an engineer would be out to than othe person the following day.
Next day was going out and ran into virgin engineer and said hope you fix the problem.
Came back home to find my line was now completly dead. Called Virgin and explained ther engineer has made things worse for me( no line at all) they then said wee will arrange an engineer to come out and gave me a date a week later, to which you could say I was not impressed and insisted that they should come the following day as they had done the damage twice. But know I can only give you this date but will escallate to my technical team. I would expect from a company who constantly tell every one that they have a very high level of service they would jump very high to correct there errors. Does not seem the case with Virgin they think they can treath you any way they like.
So I am correct escallation is only a workd in Virgin. I assume virgin Service organisation has ISO acreditation, in that they should havev an agreed escallation process from one level to anothe, ask them to apply it not think it is something for when they are audited by ISO. I will be asking ISO to look at Virgin in this aspect on there next audit.
This has been escalated Kesto, and the team are monitoring this to see if availability becomes present.
We must, however, be fair to all customers and with this in mind, we are unable to prioritise one over the other. We are only able to take further action in the event if a telephone service is urgently required concerning specific customer needs, lifeline, etc.
I fully appreciate this Kesto and the only thing that we can do in this scenario to escalate the matter would be to report it over to the area field manager, which has already been completed by the agent you spoke with previously.
I can only assume they're currently dealing with a heavy workload and thus is the reason for the delay with contact.