I have had issues with my broadband for over 2years, when I started working from home realised how bad it was but ive still been paying my bill in full ! I've had numerous engineers out, several new hubs, spent hours on the phone trying to get this sorted, I'm still waiting for a response to my complaint which I submitted in July !! i've chased up numerous times, no one will help me ! ive now spoken to Ofcom .. I need a final response !!
Welcome to our Community and thanks so much for your first post - I am sorry to understand that you've had some issues with your broadband for such a length of time without resolution.
From locating your account I can see that you have indeed been in touch many times over the last month; we have replaced your Hub and also sent some boosters - have you seen no change since these being installed?
I can also see that we did book a technician to check the external cabling but after a further visit from a technician this was deemed unnecessary.
Taking a closer look at your services, I see that it's been around 37 minutes since your last reboot. We have no known area issues listed for your region and no errors showing whatsoever. All the signal levels are looking to be within the parameters we would expect for your package.
From looking at your WiFi details, I can see that there is a device that is a bit too close to the Hub which is waiting valuable WiFi bandwidth. Other than that - there are no immediate issues that we can see.
Can you advise what issues you're having with your broadband in a bit more detail so we may best assist you further? I shall of course also update your complaint for you with this correspondence and not your account accordingly.
When you advise intermittent, can you advise some more information on what is intermittent? Do you have the same issue on both a Wired and WiFi connection?
Does the Hub reboot when you loose connection? Do you loose connection on all devices at the same time?
We're able to see any issues from this end other that the WiFi issue I advised in my previous post.
It may also be helpful to set up a free “Broadband Quality Monitor” to continually monitor the state of your connection and record any network dropouts. It does it 24/7/365 and it keeps a visual record of your connection. If you need any help with that please let us know.
Hi JoandPhill2012, I am sorry to hear that you are having an issue with the broadband connection. You will pay for the speed to the router and the WiFi is a value added service. We would ask if you could run a speed test vi a wired connection to a PC/ Laptop and let us know the results. Chris