A while ago (a few months now) my neighbour got broadband fitted (I don't know which provider they use) and ever since then my internet cuts out constantly.
The cutting out happens at least a few times a day and is worse after 3 p.m.
My internet isn't suitable for use. I spend all my time trying to reconnect it.
I've tried twice now submitting a complaints form to NOWTV, but that was weeks ago and I've never had a reply.
Please can anyone help.
Your best shout is to call the broadband using the number in the link below.
Ask for full investigation including the main line feeding yours just in case.
I’ve got nigh on exactly the same issue I’ve had Now a month now and from day one it’s been a complete nightmare firstly I can’t link the broadband to my account I just got the same error it’s been with the back room team for over a month with no reply so I can’t check services do a line test etc as well According to my account I don’t have BB…
Ive had two open reach engineers visit they done line checks and diagnostics and there is no fault on the line,Now tell me that there must be as my internet wired and Wi-Fi wouldn’t just drop for no reason….Openreach says it is Now so now are sending a new router…I won’t hold my breathe as to getting a fix I can see my time with Now being very short lived Today it has been off for over three hours then it comes back on now it is off again I seriously give up
It could be a fault with the lines out with of your property line. Ask for investigation of the lines feeding your line.
That's what the Openreach engineers do, and @MJH68 has had 2 of them. (although that doesn't mean there isn't a fault, just that they couldn't find one)
If the replacement router doesn't fix it Now will just have to send another.
@MJH68 Were you the same line with another ISP, without problems?
Not always, we have seen posters state that some OpenReach engineers only investigate the property lines where it could be a fault further afield.
Not really doing their jobs properly then. On the first visit they will normally correct any obvious issues with the master socket and run a quick line check. If the call comes back they will start to dig a little deeper. Intermittent line faults can take a few visits.
New router received on Monday plugged in yesterday it dropped after about an hour of usage but then came on again it is down this morning again but that maybe due to an outage ? Cannot check service status as my broadband isn’t showing on my account….