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My neighbour is severely disabled,being a double amputee, with epilepsy with his wife and carer also having health problems.There phone has been out of action for 2 days now.
They cannot get a signal on their mobile in the house so are effectively isolated. They have no way of contacting the emergency services should they need to , yet it has taken 2 days and several calls to get any useful response.Although I have now spoken to the supervisor in the call centre, I can only get that they will 'try' to get it mended within 24-48hours, even though it has now apparently been put on the emergency list. My neighbours have been extremely distressed by this, and it is potentially dangerous for them to be without phone contact.
I am appalled at this lack of customer service, and basic compassion.There is definitely not a'can do' attitude from the call centre, and both of my neighbours, my husband, and myself have wasted considerable time trying to get a good response.
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are your neighbours registered here http://www.bt.com/includingyou/assets/downloads/FreePriorityFaultRepair.pdf
Thanks for the post and welcome to the forum. I am so sorry to hear that you and your neighbour have had a poor experience and your neighbour has had no phone service. I would like to take a look at the fault to make sure things are progressing as they should be, so that the fault is repaired.
I would recommend looking at the link that Imjolly has posted as certainly think this will come in useful to your neighbour for any future problems that may arise.
Please drop me an email via the 'Contact Us' link in my profile. (click on my name and you will find the link under the "about me" section). Include your neighbour's BT account details and the link to this thread. If you could also supply a contact number.
Thank you all for your help, the fault has now been repaired, so thank you to the supervisor in the fault reporting centre for escalating this as promised.