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    a whole new dirty tactic

    This is a discussion on a whole new dirty tactic within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I was supposed to migrate to IDnet last night, it didnt happen so I called their support. apparently sky have ...

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      a whole new dirty tactic

      I was supposed to migrate to IDnet last night, it didnt happen so I called their support.
      apparently sky have placed a "new" broadband order on my line, preventing my move.
      WEll sky I aint paying you any more 'removed'.

      Watch out if you are trying to move, this company will stoop to any level to stop you. Please go out of business sky.
      Last edited by reddwarfcrew; 17-07-09 at 01:30 PM. Reason: final few words removed as they didn't add any constructive value to the thread.


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      Re: a whole new dirty tactic

      Put in a complaint into OFCOM, complain to Sky and ask for advice from the telecoms Ombudsman (even though they may not be able to help for some weeks they can point you in the right direction)

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      Re: a whole new dirty tactic

      ofcom are a toothless, friend to the telecoms companies. i want to move now ,not in 6 months(which is their average time). How I hate this countries stone age broadband.

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      Re: a whole new dirty tactic

      Quote Originally Posted by coreservers View Post
      ofcom are a toothless, friend to the telecoms companies. i want to move now ,not in 6 months(which is their average time). How I hate this countries stone age broadband.
      i agree this country stinks threaten court action they WILL listen

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      Re: a whole new dirty tactic

      would've been easier just to cease completely it seems...that sucks and I hope Sky get what's coming as it's out of order...
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