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TO ME it is questionable how the FCC could allow supposedly "FREE" No cost, over the air TV Broadcasts to be picked up by Cable TV providers and then how is it that those Cable TV providers can charge for what is supposed to be FREE? While perhaps some minor fee is warranted,
switched to Vonage for phone, but still use overpriced although its not cheap $80 or so. They keep sneaking extra charges in as does
The internet has been spotty lately, I suspect so I would "upgrade" for $10 a mo.I did and it still is spotty at times. Other times streaming video etc work just fine. I would try someone else if they had a good rep. I think the upgrade scam is reprehensible and don't think much of
in a little bit of a hurry. I was told by a
with him about buying my own modem and he advised that if I wanted to do
this I should go to Best Buy and my I
would purchase one and Best Buy/
my account. So I pedal my bike with the rental modem in my back pack
from home (
the sales people there that: 1) they haven't had that arrangement with
would be suitable. In other words, I completely fruitless, totally
When I moved into my house nearly 6 years ago, it was with an agreement with my office that I would work from home on a trial basis. It was important to prove that this would not disrupt anything. my service the day before I was to resume work, as promised. But then the next day they showed up again and DISCONNECTED the service on the work order from the previous tenants, so that on my first day of the trial basis, I had to call the office and tell them my Internet was disconnected.
When I called them with trouble about connecting a wireless router, they told me "We don't know how to connect anything to Macintosh computers."
Recently I got a "final notice" in the mail about the new digital TV adapters we are going to be forced to use. It was the first I heard of it. Then they sent me a giant box full of tiny electronic components and badly designed instructions that require a 5-foot long table to spread them out on. I installed the devices as instructed, which required adapters for both outlets in order to plug in the oversized electrical cord, tried to program the new remotes (worked fine on the 30-year-old TV, didn't work at all on the one I bought 3 months ago). So I called the help line (one of 2 or 3 different numbers listed in the instructions). I went through 3 repetitions of troubleshooting using the automated system, then was transferred to a human who had me go through the whole verification of account information again, then did the exact same steps as the automated system. When it didn't work on this 4th attempt, she told me it could take 20 minutes to activate and if it still didn't work, to call back and make an appointment for a technician to come out.
20 minutes later I called and got an appointment between 8 and 9 for this morning. No one ever showed up.
When I called to ask if there was still someone on their way, I was told they don't see any appointments scheduled. So then I had to be transferred to my "local" office if I wanted an appointment today. The "local" office told me they could not come out today, but would be happy to come over Sunday morning (my dream weekend!!). I chose next Monday instead, with a 2-hour window this time instead of the original 1, and she said they would call me at 7 am. I said, "No thanks," because after spending nearly 2 hours on this project that I never wanted in the first place, the last thing I need is to be awakened by a robo-call on Monday. Guess what? If you don't answer the call, they don't come. I guess they value their time.
For a technology company,
UPDATE: When the next bill arrived, it included a $33 charge for the technician visit. I called to complain and was told that despite not being advised there was a charge and despite the visit being for something I was required to have, not something I chose, they could not reverse the charge, and that normally they charge $50 and I had gotten a discount! I had to speak to a supervisor, who first said he'd knock it down to $16.50, and then finally said my account had "insurance" on it that covers technician visits. So if I had the "insurance", why did they try to charge me in the first place???
UPDATE #2: The next bill has arrived, and is $3 more than usual. I called to ask why. First they told me it was because I left a $3 balance on the previous bill. I explained that the bill has been the same for years, and the amount paid last time was the same. Then they told me it was because I had a $33 charge taken off, but that made the taxes go up. Then the line went dead. So now I get to spend even more time reversing this charge that should not have been on there in the first place."
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