Thanks for sending over your details. I tried calling, sorry I missed you. I'm really sorry there's been so many delays in getting you connected. I can appreciate how frustrating this has been for you. I can see you have an open complaint on your account so I have taken case ownership of this until we can get this sorted. I've contacted wholesale who provide the broadband and have requested an expedite on this installation which has been agreed. An engineer has been scheduled for the AM slot between 08.0 and 13.00 on Monday and I'll follow up after that to make sure everything is in order.
Given my order tracker has not been updated to reflect this, I am sure you will forgive myself if I find that difficult to believe at this time.
I can completely understand where you're coming from @customerintheuk, given your experience so far. The order tracker won't update as I have requested the expedite directly through our suppliers but I'll keep an eye on it and will follow up once it's completed.
"I would suggest that you leave it to them and don't contact Customer Services again."
Would you mind explaining why? Are you implying that Customer Services will not help me, or is this some kind of thinly-veiled threat that there will be consequences should I contact Customer Services again?
What a ridiculous response!
I was not implying anything and it is not a thinly veiled threat. You can contact who ever you want when ever you want.
As you have no doubt seen by now the moderators can deal with your problem, taking personal ownership with one point of reference for you and with out you involving contacting Customer Services which could just cause duplication of effort and often confusion about who is actually dealing with your problem.
It is looking like another set of lies from BT, since with one hour to go there is still no sign of the work having been done.
You will most likely tell me to wait an hour, but at this point it is pretty clear that the work has not been undertaken.
Confirmed as a lie, no fibre broadband activation took place this morning, and it seems that your post (and phone call and text message) were just an attempt to placate myself.
It would seem that my initial suspicious were correct, despite yourself saying that they were not.
BT seems to have no qualms with lying to it's customers about the services it can actually provide in an area, as it is clear that you have no intention of having the work done at the cabinet and activating my broadband connection.
Hi @customerintheuk I'm very sorry to hear that your broadband service still has not been connected. I can see that you have already raised a complaint the the executive level complaints team and they will manage your case now until it is resolved.
I just rang the Exectutive Level Complaints team, and it would seem that you were lying about that activation date being today, as they have no record of any such engineer appointment having been made, and they did not know where the person who made that promise got their information from.
Nice to see and confirm that you were, in fact, lying about the activation date.
Which to bring everyone up to speed is the sixth time I have been lied to about it.
So when can I expect my broadband to be connected? And don't give me the "you have already raised a complaint the the executive level complaints team and they will manage your case now until it is resolved" tripe as I want to know when it will be resolved, with no more lies nor excuses.