Hello. My internet stopped working suddenly about two weeks ago, the white light on the router turning to red. Since then I've had an engineer visit my flat, been sent 5 new routers (none worked) and spent many hours on phone call & support chats. All to no avail. I am told there is no problem with my line and talktalk's only suggestion is "we will send you a new router". I only have a small flat and it's now stacked floor to ceiling with routers! (do they have an environmental policy - it's an awful lot of wasted plastic and packaging).
Has anyone else had this problem, and successfully resolved it? It seems talktalk's technical staff are clueless.
(Also, when I asked to cancel my service, they said I would need to pay a £140 termination fee!!)
Really sorry to hear this.
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Spoke to the technical support again on Friday, and after being offered yet another router, I asked to speak with the manager. Manager told me an openreach (?) engineer would visit me today (Monday) between 1-6pm. After taking the afternoon off work, the engineer never arrived. Back onto technical support now (37 mins into a call on which I have been offered yet another router).
I have rebooted my router and my internet is now working! Thanks for sorting this out. As I have been paying for nearly 3 weeks of broadband that I haven't received, how do I claim for compensation? I also have an engineer booked to visit my house this week, could you cancel this for me?