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This is a discussion on Micrifilters? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; If you contact sky again and get put through to CST they are able to see that you are set ...
- 18-02-11, 02:57 PM #31
If you contact sky again and get put through to CST they are able to see that you are set onto the BT Home 500 (or what ever its called) they can then log a fault with BT asking them to change the setting on your circuit. ONly CST can see this though as they have access into BT's system to do this. If other things keep failing ask CST if your line is being migrated from WLR2 to WLR3, if this is the case orders being placed on your circuit will fail until the migration as completed.
- 18-02-11, 02:57 PM #32
Only a few people (and this is when I still worked for CST) know how to check the package a Connect customer is on - and fewer still to regrade it
It only takes 24hrs as well to get a regrade done
- 18-02-11, 03:01 PM #33
Ah, the standard 'solution' for those advisors in tier 1 who don't have a clue - send a new filter!
Skyjohnny - as suggested, call Sky again. Don't bother telling t1 that you're on the wrong package as it'll only confuse matters as they don't have access to tell if you're on ipstream or otherwise. State that you have a slow connection at all times of the day and that you're currently in the test socket with another filter and no extension cables are in use. You'll be passed to CST and you'll hopefully get an advisor who has access to action a regrade. If not, it'll be passed to offnet escalations to be done.
- 18-02-11, 04:29 PM #34
Thanks for the help again, I will give them a call back. But think I will leave this until tomorrow, as by then it will be 48hours since they tried yet again to migrate and upgrade me.
I will take your advice and ask to speak to somebody in the CST, I didnt realise this team has more access than the others?
So really, nodody here cann see any reason as to why I cant be upgraded to Unlimited? Upon viewing my services through my TV Services Menu, I can see that I am on the Connect package.
Yea I really am fed up with neing messed about and passd on. I've recieved more information and help on this forum from all you guys than I've has calling Sky 5 times, so thank you.
Regrade, what is this exactly?
- 18-02-11, 04:51 PM #35
Migration issues normally arise from system errors, which can be a PITA to resolve
As said already by an agent on the phone - it would probably be quicker to cancel and reorder on Unlimited then wait for the errors to be resolved
- 22-02-11, 01:21 PM #36
after all the checks on my line, turns out my line is capped at 500kbps, by BT. I dont know why?
It has been like this ever since i've been on Connect (2yrs). Which is a joke in my opinion.
More checks are being carried out, and the migration process is being attempted yet again for a 4th time. Failing this I will leave Sky and move to Virgin Media. Seems like a whole lot of work for a simple solution to me?
- 22-02-11, 02:28 PM #37
Re: Micrifilters?after all the checks on my line, turns out my line is capped at 500kbps, by BT.
Let's hope they can sort it out for you, you should really have a super fast 20Mb connection.
- 24-02-11, 01:05 PM #38
OK Sky called last night, they wanted to try migrate again - I refused.
So they passed me through to the CST Team, who discovered thta it was a BT fault, they have 'built my profile incorrectly'. so i'm told.
So it has been passed to BTs diagnostics team, should be sorted today, and the guy from CST is going to give me a call back this evening.
I'll keep you all posted, fingers crossed!
- 24-02-11, 05:49 PM #39
- 24-02-11, 05:55 PM #40
You might want to check when you get you phone call, but those figures indicate that you're on Sky connect.