what is virgin's policy when through the mistake of an engineer we are without internet access 1.5 days?
2 weeks ago
Because an engineer made a mistake when re-arranging wires in a local junction box, we were without internet access for 1.5 days. What is Virgin policy on making refunds? (We didn't get one, but I think we should have done)
Letters can certainly go astray in the post. My letter informing me of the price increase was not dated at all, so I had no idea of when it was actually sent!
Not sure you read the OPs post ;P...
He's saying a tech for someone else decided to disconnect him. Is he due compensation.
https://store.virginmedia.com/the-legal-stuff/terms-and-conditions-for-fibre-optic-services/loss-of-credit-guidelines.html Loss of Service Credit Guidelines - Fibre Optic
Where you experience a loss of service due to a fault, we will apply a pro-rate credit for loss of service from the day you report the fault(s) on the product(s) until the day it is resolved, subject to the fault being accepted/verified by Virgin Media.
The pro-rate credit will be calculated by taking the monthly service charge for the product(s) dividing it by 30 and multiplying it by the number of days of loss of service for the product(s).
Remember, your services are for residential use only and you must not use them for commercial or business purposes. Virgin Media will not compensate you for any business losses.
I kinda doubt it's worth the effort to complain. There was previously a clause that gave them a short grace for loss of service, but that's not listed. They probably don't have to adhere to it anyhow, Most people have Cable service, not Fibre Optic ....
As a bit of good faith due to it being their mistake, I would hope for at least £5. Go through Complaints, or the "Thinking of Leaving us" option. Be kind and just say you were upset about them cutting your service off by mistake and wouldn't they be willing to make some form of goodwill gesture.
---- I do not work for VM, but I would. It is just a Job.
I would also make websites for them, because the job never seems to require the website to work.