Spookieuk wrote: »
In customer service maybe.
robin58 wrote: »
Not quite. Plusnet seems OK at the mo.
UK customer service centres and good pricing.
How this will go after the merger God only knows and he ain't telling.:A
maddocks2379 wrote: »
yea plusnet are ok, apart from restricted upload speeds on the 38mb and the fact they are owned by BT again
Futuristic wrote: »
Virgin about to me kicked off EE network, was already planned to sell of to Vodafone. Looks like this will happen soon upon near end of Virgin Mobile<>EE contract.
minislim wrote: »
i used to say that. till my renewal last nov.
took forever to get through to customer services. It was reported on here a while back a while back they'd cut back on this. they even closed retention's at 7pm now too!
then when i finally got through they couldn't give me a good deal.
so i though "wait until black friday, they'll have some sort of good deal"
waited until hen and nothing materialised.
four good years with plusnet, but some internal meddling from BT have ruined a good product!
New plans have just been announced by the Government
DON'T assume your landlord covers you
Incl £2ish sun cream & £1.50 disposable BBQs