For the past week our broadband has been disconnecting at irregular times. I've followed the advise on the Virgin Media app and no matter how many times we turn off the router the connection issues continue. When we run the status check it either says it's unable to run it or that it found no problems. The broadband service status has said 'all looks good in your area' for the past week, however the one for TV says 'there's an issue in your area'.
Devices are connected through wifi and directly via ethernet, so not a wifi issue.
Is it likely to be a fault with the router? Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you so much!
The automated status number has confirmed there is a problem with TV and Broadband in our local area, and that Virgin are struggling to fix it. Strange they don't add this information to the service status on the app.
Unfortunately it's not going very well.
We are still constantly losing internet. The agent we just talked to said that the problem only started yesterday (6th October), while we have proof that it started on Tuesday 27th September. The post on here also proves it didn't start yesterday. I'm really not sure what to do anymore 😞
The agent told us engineers would fix the issue yesterday (saturday). Unfortunately we are still getting an intermittent internet connection today (sunday). This effects both TV, and our broadband services. I don't really know what to do anymore.
This has now been happening for 12 days.
Never ever rely on the web page for status of your connection, always use the free phone number. This is because the web page only covers issues where 1000s of users are affected, the phone number covers local issues down to post code level.