Hoping someone can help with this - phone line is dead since yesterday but broadband is working.
Upgraded to fibre 6 days ago. Had phone line fault about a month ago, Engineer came, found a fault at 24m, replaced the 25m (ish) of phone line from the master socket.
I'm thinking this may be an issue at the cabinet connection perhaps, since that was the latest change that took place?
Anyway we can do some line tests and see where the fault is?
Thanks in advance.
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Sorry to hear you're experiencing problems with your service
Line test is showing a potential issue, a fault ticket has been raised so I'm chasing it up with our network team
We've had an update from our network team, they've raised this to BT Openreach as a non-appointed task, we should have an update within 72 hours
It just means that an engineer visit to your home hasn't been arranged. Openreach will investigate and maybe send an engineer to the exchange, check the line etc.
If you reported this on Wednesday and it has not been repaired by the end of two working days following the day on which it was reported you should now be getting £8 a day automatic compensation.
You should not need to claim and it should appear in your account as a credit.
You should be getting this until the fault is repaired and it matters not whether it is Talktak or Openreaches fault. The onus to pay automatic compensation lies with the ISP.
@brandyman You are right that compensation will apply after close of play tomorrow, but just to clarify it will then be automatically paid with 30 days of the issue being resolved.
Why do you have a need to mis-quote people. I did not say the above. I said the person should now be getting Automatic Compensation not after close of play tomorrow.
"Compensation would be paid if the fault is not resolved by midnight two working days after the fault is reported by a customer"
So customer effectively reported fault last Wednesday so repair needs to be completed by 23.59 on Friday. If loss of service not restored by this time then customer entitled to Automatic Compensation from Saturday and any subsequent days until loss of service restored.
It is interesting to note that Talktalk information on their website says that compensation will be on a case by case basis. It is as if they have not bought into the Automatic Compensation scheme which they amongst others agreed with Ofcom.
@brandyman I didn't mean to misquoute you, I did point out that you were right, it was just that you seemed to be suggesting that automatic compensation would somehow be paid after two working days, note that Ofcom cite "two full working days." I was merely trying to clarify that compensation is not paid until after the issue is resolved, it can't be quantified until then.
TalkTalk have signed up to this scheme, unlike some other providers. Why you felt the need to post this at this stage in an individual problem topic only you of course could explain.