I have basically signed up to BT infinity broadband 2 weeks ago. On Thursday, I was scheduled to have a bt engineer over to install infinity between 1pm and 6pm. I have taken the whole day off and no one has turned up. Spent 2-3 hours on the helpline who have no clue what I am on about and kept repeating to me that accord to their records the engineer has already come in and done the job...? In the end they have agreed to book another engineer appointment for friday the 26th of nov, again, I have taken the whole day off and no engineer's turned up. This time, the help line couldn't care less and just booked me another appointment for the coming wednesday.
I am no longer sure if I should even bother taking another day off? Any similar experience? The contract has already started as well and I'm still left without a modem... Already spent over 6hrs on the phone and they can't seem to over any help. Is bt helpline normally this unhelpful?
My experience with BT customer service is similar sadly. As a BT shareholder I find it quite depressing.
My home hub was meant to be delivered yesterday (Friday). I took the day off work but it never turned up. There's no tracking information on the BT website. My installation is on Tuesday; I've got another day off booked and just want to know if the installation will still go ahead if the hub isn't here.
I've spent two hours this morning trying to get an answer with no joy. These are people's livelihoods that BT are messing around with.
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The homehub could still arrive, often they don't arrive until the day before installation.
If you have not received your homehub when the engineer finally arrives the installation can not be completed correctly.
If it is a homehub 5 you are waiting for, it has the modem built in and would obviously be needed in order to install and connect. Openreach engineers do not carry a spare stock of HH5.
If it is Homehub 4 that you are waiting for, the engineer could install the Openreach modem, which the engineer would bring, but he would be unable to connect to the HH4 and connect to your computer.
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I'm sorry that the engineer didn't arrive to connect your BT Infinity service. I can check what happened from here and help get the service in and working. Click on my username and under the section "about me" you'll see the link to "contact the mods".
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