whoa, what’d I say???? I’m still waiting for my government issue rifle then I might be able to get a couple of fish in da barrelchesscar see there must be a government issue phone, this is what Matt had to say
Matt Hancock: 'Everybody to download NHS Covid-19 app
No. No box of tricks needed.In the papers the other day was a piece about a TV set causing the internet to drop out or loose it's signal. The article said other electrical equipment could do the same such as a microwave. This is not the problem is it, but a man with a box of tricks is needed to solve it. Just a thought
Do you know what pipes the broadband is run through.. We have fibre but it's run through the old broadband cables.. We have been told we can pay to have fibre piping installed... Not before we signed the contract tho..Well that was and endurance test and some. Over 40 mins on hold on landline followed by another 40 mins on hold on the mobile. They only gurantee the download speed so had to explain I was not happy with the noisy line and frequent disconnects. An engineer is going to check things on Monday. Just pray they find the reason and get it sorted without having to come in the house. Last time they where supposed to just test externally but they came straight to the house.
No idea. But since it has to come over the railway I doubt there will be much option.Do you know what pipes the broadband is run through.. We have fibre but it's run through the old broadband cables.. We have been told we can pay to have fibre piping installed... Not before we signed the contract tho..
Problem is it doesn't matter who your provider is you complain to them,they call in openreach then you waitThanks Earl. I saw that customer service was rated poor but since most others are too I dismissed it. However it is bad. They just said your guaranteed download is met. I had to make it very clear what my issues are. Upload is now just 0.4mb/s.
What thing I would say about plusnet the customer service was good and they did their best to sort things.
I am pretty sure it will be a line fault. The net work around here is in a sorry state. Anyway thanks Earl.
Is the railway electric if so that can be part of your problem electromagnetic interference from the overhead cables×
No idea. But since it has to come over the railway I doubt there will be much option.
I have had issues all the time I have been in this house. Not yet had a year without issues. The old copper/aluminum network is falling to bits. Other operators poking about does not help either.
Is the railway electric if so that can be part of your problem electromagnetic interference from the overhead cables
No diesel. Like I said nearly all faults are caused by a poor connection some where. There must be hundreds before the leadin, be overhead or ug gets to your house.