We are current Virgin broadband customers and we are moving house. Our new house (and one neighbours house) do not have Virgin but all the other houses on the road do. I am pretty sure it is due to the fact that our house is up a short but private drive (shared and owned by us and one neighbour).
We have had to cancel our Virgin Broadband but are desperate to get it installed in new house. Help call center wholly unhelpful (computer says no!). I have read on one message board where someone was advised by Forum team member that they needed a spotter and a number to call (not the wholly unhelpful call center number).
Could someone let me know who to call to get this ball rolling?
i don't think the option of contributing costs is available. i'm sure someone will be along with the correct team to contact, but i wouldn't be giving the possibility of the desired outcome a very high percentage.
I find complaining to the top helps. I've had top results from eBay,UK Power Network, PayPal, John Lewis and Barclays. All the CEO's of big companies have a team of customer service personnel around them.
Complain is what I normally do, wrong word here though. What I was suggesting is to put the request to the CEO and my personal experience is that the customer service teams around CEO's are of a higher grade and generally a lot more helpful that normal customer service.There's no guarantee of a result, but my experience is that a lot more gets done, and more quickly. For the time it takes to write an email the OP may get a good result.
The decision as to whether a connection is economically viable is made at local level, so no matter who you go to in the company they will always be guided by the local teams.
If you were after a business connection VM would be using a leased line from BT to service your property, as even a business connection direct to the network would not be viable. I would hasten to add that business connections are far more expensive & TV services cannot be carried on them.
As a Very Insightful Person, I'm here to share my knowledge. I don't work for Virgin Media.