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Distinguished Sage
Distinguished Sage
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Message 11 of 13

Re: OpenWrt HomeHub 5a BT Infinity PPPoE hangup?

Entirely your choice of course, but you would get the same response from any ISP.

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Message 12 of 13

Re: OpenWrt HomeHub 5a BT Infinity PPPoE hangup?

If your cooling off 14 days has passed then you will have cancellation fees to pay



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Konvict
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Message 13 of 13

Re: OpenWrt HomeHub 5a BT Infinity PPPoE hangup?

I actually registered on this forum just to come and search for the solution to my problem.

Which is near enough the same as yours, but I am not complaining. I certainly would NOT be phoning BT. They have provided me with the service and it works, I'm happy with it.

It was my problem I wanted to change the firmware in an old router I had 🙂 therefore, my issue, which I will fix. You are getting the service you are paying for, no need to cancel, not their fault!

Leaving bad feedback is a little bit petty, your are the sort of customer BT could do without.

Ah well, enough said, I'm off!

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