So i must have contacted Virgin around 10 times now, about my speeds and lag spikes when gamming. i should be getting 100mb, im getting around 28 to 60 on a good day. ive had 2 people come out, rebooted the server and given me new eth cables like this would fix the problem, i asked to cancle and they said id be charged the rest of my contract... so they offerd ofcom to watch my internet for a month and if they found a problem they would let me cancle for fee.. a month and half go by, no reply so i contacted them... offcom passed the test so i couldnt leave for free. so i asked my friend who works for fiber.. he came over and the cables are not even in th ground!! i contacted virgin and they said that wouldnt course a problem,,, well i know it will and does thats why its underground network! anyways they offerd me a free upgrade to 200mb. i declined as this wouldnt fix the issue. now im stuck, i cant cancle when i want to unless i pay.....
"Passed by Ofcom"......somebody is lying to you. Ofcom are the regulator, they don't get involved in consumer complaints at all. That's dealt with by a service called CISAS who work like the energy ombudsman, and they won't have been involved unless YOU had involved them.
You MAY have options for compensation and to leave without penalty, but before going into those, how are you measuring speeds? For any speed test to be reliable it needs to be on a device connected by ethernet.
And if there's an apparent latency problem, then could you setup a Broadband Quality Monitor? That'll show what's going on with your VM connection. Post a LINK to a LIVE, SHARED graph here and we'll see what's happening. A BQM usually needs to run for 24 hours before we can draw reasonable conclusions, but the live graph will continuously update so you can post the link immediately. Don't paste the web address of the graph you see when logged in as that won't work for us, and a screenshot of the same will not get approved.
Thanks for coming back. I believe it was the Ofcom Speed Code Complaint which you were referring to in your earlier posts? This would be where we'd monitor your speeds for a month to see if you're receiving above the minimum guaranteed speeds.
From looking at your graph, there is indications of a possible congestion issue in the area, however nothing reported in your area. I can see that there are however, some signal issues affecting your connection which will require an engineer's visit to resolve.
I'll pop you over a PM now so I can arrange an appointment for you.