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The real problem I had with
When I called
The worst was the equipment return process. There is no
The box came quickly. I packed up my stuff. I sent it all back to
Within a few days, I got a bill from
I immediately (within a couple of days of cancelling services) started getting phone calls from a collection agency that works for
A week later, as the calls continued, I called
The next day, I called
Eight days later - I received a call from the collectors - AGAIN - asking about the equipment. I asked what they know about my equipment tracing request - at which point they told me they don't work for
So, I call
And that is pretty much how we left it. They are charging me $60 for the telephone modem they claim I did not return. I figure - heck - that's less than they were ripping me off each month when you compare the price with Verizon FIOS. Thank goodness I am out of the "
Until last week, when I was moving across town. I called them to schedule FIOS setup in my new home, and was told that, although the apartment did have FIOS service, that particular apartment address was not in their system. They said they needed 24-48 hours to "build the address into the system," and would call me in the next day or two when that was done to schedule the setup. I had explained to them that I work from home and absolutely must have internet service ASAP and that I was hoping to move on Sunday. They said no problem, so I went ahead and scheduled the move.
Keep in mind this was not a problem with the service itself being physically present - it was there. All they needed to do was something
Four days later, I hadn't gotten a call back. It was now the day before the move, and I called their horrible, blood-pressure-spiking customer service line again. I was extremely busy as you can imagine, and you need to allot at least a half hour for any call to them. The representative who finally answered acted like they'd never heard of me, told me it takes up to two weeks (!) to build an address into their system, and that they could set me up for DSL in the meantime, but there would be a $30 setup fee. Yes, you heard that right - they wanted me to pay a setup fee for a service I never wanted because they couldn't get their trip together enough to set up a new customer in less than two weeks. After I complained vehemently, she offered to credit the fee against my first bill, but by that time I was thoroughly disgusted. I asked to speak to a manager, and the representative got very irritated with me, finally agreed to transfer me, and then the line was disconnected. Believe it or not, I actually called back one more time, and got someone in the business department who was very apologetic for being completely clueless, and gave me a different number to call.
My next call was to Comcast. They came out the next day (on a Sunday), and set me up with their Xfinity TV/internet/voice system, for less money (after the promotional period) than I've been paying for FIOS and Vonage. I have to say I still prefer the FIOS service over what I've seen of Comcast so far, but I'm not missing "
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