So I was fortunate enough to receive an unexpected box of Lego goodness at the end of last week which just happened to contain the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Which meant I spent “some” time over the weekend a) building it and b) explaining to the kids that this wasn’t Lego for them.
This should be a longer post about building the Porsche, but I’ll just let the photos of the build do the “talking” instead.
I come here so infrequently that I’ve only just noticed the fact I have a winter image as the banner for the site. (Which I’ve now resolved)
So in fairness to BT my letters to Gavin (letter 1 and letter 2)haven’t gone without a response and my numerous complaints have been handed over to the “Executive Level Complaints: BT Consumer” team and they have been pretty good with updating me with no news or positive updates when they say they will.
However there is now news:
Continue reading “BT Update”
My previous letter can be found here.
So still waiting on a decent internet connection, still being fobbed off, still burning through my 4G data allowance to live life in a modern web based world.
So I’ve sent another letter to Gavin Patterson. As I mention in the email I’ve been updated of the situation, but the update has been “no you can’t have a usable internet connection even though the planning permission for the estate was granted in 2010 and we’ve had nearly six years to upgrade our systems”
Continue reading “Letter to Gavin”
So since moving in January I’ve been trying to get a decent internet connection installed.
In a bid to get things sorted I ended up emailing Gavin Patterson as the CEO of BT on the 9th March when I felt that I wasn’t getting anywhere in spite of my complaints being escalated to UK based team:
Hope you are well. It has been suggested that I contact you in order to try and resolve an issue with getting FTTP installed into a new build in the Horsham area.
Put simply I’ve been told a number of different things by various people within BT around when I might and might not get FTTP, I’ve had three orders create, and cancelled for various reasons and as an interim measure been provided with a copper broadband connection that is slower than the modem I had 20 years ago. When I looked to move to the house I purchased I checked on your site and as an existing customer to see what sort of internet connection I might get. I work in IT and having a fast and reliable connection is not just useful for my livelihood, it is pretty much a requirement to be a member of society in the UK. I’ve been told that the estate I’m on is prewired with optical fibre to each house so clearly you must have done some level of capacity planning so to be told that it’s not available, there is no capacity, or that I’m getting FTTP installed next week depending on who I speak to and what time of day it is has become a somewhat frustrating experience, the right hand, doesn’t appear to know what the left hand is up to.
I originally placed my order on the 11th January 2016 and as yet still have no install date, or idea from your company when I might have a useable internet connection.
I’m pretty frustrated to have been informed today that the order I was told would be completing on the 17th March with a fibre install is now not going ahead, and that no one within BT appears to know if I can get an FTTP connection or not. Please can you escalate this to your complaints team and respond back telling me how this is going to be resolved and by when, something that everyone else in your company appears to be completely unable to do.