on 31-01-2011 22h31
on 01-02-2011 0h07
minusdot its when the guy at bt is shouting down the phone at you before you speak and interrupting your calm responses with more shouting it gets annoying and hard to be calm
Wow. That's shocking. I hope you get better treatment tomorrow.
on 01-02-2011 7h25
on 01-02-2011 9h22
Well just placed a 3rd order (in as many days) after the order placed yesterday cancelled the entire service (again!) even tho the order confirmation i had had a BT Vision order on it.
The Support rep on the phone said the order nearly cancelled my Broadband as well(!)
They were about to charge £30 "activation" fee which was waived since they admitted it was their mistake and have put a credit on my account to reflect their mistake.
So will have to wait a minimum of another 24 hrs, another day without service, So we will wait and see what happens.. Fingers crossed!
I did say it was always much eaiser to change your package with Sky... being able to do it eaisly online with mininmum of fuss She said "you should be able to do this" I do wonder why Sky can do something so simple so much better and BT seem to find it challenging to implement a simple change, prehaps a mod could explain why?
on 01-02-2011 10h07
on 01-02-2011 11h13
Just had a phone call from the lovely Stephanie.. Reassuring me that all is well.. all I can say is if only the rest of BT can be as helpful and courteous as Stephanie and the mod's on here then BT's customer service would be 100% bettter.
A big thumbs up for Stephanie and the mod's.. thanku for your help!
01-02-2011 13h56 - edited 01-02-2011 14h03
Subsequently, NONE of todays recorded have happened, wife is very p*ssed off as she has missed Glee because of this and other programs and is after my throat for even attempting to get something for a bit less money from BT..
Glee is repeated the following Saturday and Sunday on C4.
I once saw a fascinating Open University programme which examined the inflections used by different cultures. Because Indians go down at the end of a question rather than up over here it is often misconstrued as aggression. Not saying that is what happened here but you have to be a bit careful when talking to other cultures and give them a bit more leeway than the bloke down the road. Personally I've always found the Indian call centre to be creepily over curteous, but again put that down to cultural differences rather than sarcasm.
on 01-02-2011 15h22