moni72 wrote: »
I am considering joining the above package which is £24.99 per month for broadband/line rental/free calls 9am-5pm.
It would be a new connection. Are new connections going smoothly? Is their customer service any better? I don't want to join if it's going to affect my business as we need broadband and calls to be consistent obviously.
What is the consenus on them? Would people stay clear or go with it???
kr.fletch wrote: »
Been with Talk-Talk 6 months now
No problems , never let us down at all. best move we have made !
Previously with... pipex- homecall , now they are really really bad
should be called sh*tex-nocall
nemo183 wrote: »
I know that Martin likes to keep on top of his facts, but this poll hardly does him credit and I'd suggest he junk it.
For a start, it has less than 800 replies, compared to talktalk's massive user base. Worse still, it's an "opt-in" poll. Most professionals will suggest that a disproportionate number of unsatisified customers will respond, making the "results" meaningless.
Even so, what results are shown suggest a majority who think the service is sound.
I'd suggest that a more useful thread might be one that concentrates on how best to apply pressure for their poor implementation of what should be a good, class-beating service.
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