We should get Fido chipped

He’s back and with a new tip.

Here is one time saving tip if you have transfered over from BT and see the light about Talk Talk in the cooling off period, BT can stop the transfer safe your time and money call BT on 0800 800 111 and they save save ye from the evil grasp of Charlie D.

Thanks Fido! I wonder if he’d be less concerned about his yacht race and more concerned about his customers? I’ve heard whispers he’s from Fornby and owns quite a lot of land there. Any sightings?

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2 responses to “We should get Fido chipped

  1. Couple of things that TT customers should watch out for:

    High risk International Bar 4.2: “your Call Service will not include the ability to make calls to the following countries: Nigeria, Columbia, Russian Federation, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sao Taome, or Kuwait; unless we permit such access (at our own discretion).

    Lots of asian customers and want to speak to family in Pakistan etc, get TT and lo an behold have to call us to get the bar lifted. Much annoyance on their part.

    Oh the “options”/cancellations department had an outage – seems that the old number is dead for the moment, best call customer services and we have an alternative number – no news on if this is a temporary situation, after all I just work in the place so I am the last to be told!

    Much annoyance over the modems, seems that people are being sent to speak to broadband when their is no need, we have a request form on our system and can ping over a request – not sure if it will ever be actioned when it gets there, but that is another story! Same go’s for the MAC codes, we can sent them across as well, again no way I can be sure that someone at the other end will do their job and action it.

    Oh and Charlie D likes to hawk his own modems at 29.99 – you dont need it, broadband should work with most recent modems made in the last year or so. Mind you getting Talk Talk broadband working even with one of Mr D’s modems is a nightmare!

    Also heard there are a lot of problems for MAC owners, seems out broadband peeps get a tad confused by Apple computer systems.

    Final bit, watch out for pushy sales types hawking the broadband. If you have an old pc best check the stats. Pre Win 98 and its a no no. Trust me there are still lots of pc’s out there with Win 98 on them! Yes I have heard the complaint calls.

  2. Pingback: Less Talk Talk: More Service » Fido returns home again and reminds us Pakistan is off the list.

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