The Register has asked TalkTalk for a comment.
But every time TalkTalk pick up the phone their mobiles go off.
Beleaguered TalkTalk customers are complaining that their landline and mobile phones ring at the same time, an issue that appears to be due to a glitch in the telco's Talk2Go app. According to the TalkTalk community forum, the problem first occurred earlier this week. However, customers were still reporting issues this morning …
"In September TalkTalk was named the worst UK internet provider in a biannual survey of providers by consumer charity Which? for the fifth time running."
You know, that's actually pretty impressive. They may be shite, but they are consistently shite, so at least you know what you're getting.
One customer deserved the issue as "another **** up from TalkTalk". He said: "I have emailed the CEO's office as its an absolute joke! My broadband hasn’t worked properly for 5 months and constant issues, they are still happy to take the payment every month.
And he still can't work out what to do about it?
We resell talktalk broadband and to be fair, it's just as realiable, if not more so, than BT Business broadband. Their backhaul network is reliable too.
But as for the customer interface - I'd NEVER recommend them for home or business use. As long as they use those dreadful indian call centres, they're always going to be shit.
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Been supporting a relative having yet more trouble with WankWank. Calls to them from some (but not all) numbers get the message "the number you dialled is not available" or carriers specific version.
Turns out they had (yet again) screwed up number porting lookup.
First step apparently was to dispatch OpenReach engineer to the subscribers premesis
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