The Labor Party Rudd government was elected on 24 November and initial planning commenced. A new satellite network would be built to reach the rest of the country.
Initially I was on an off-net plan with TPG just paying the internet portion but using an existing telephone number connected to the premises which was looked after by my boarder.
So I rang and had it organised. I have been hung up on and the whole process seems to just go around and around and around in circles and the issue is not being resolved all the while my Optus mobile plan data has exceeded two fold. After the complaint was raised I was told that I would be contacted by my complaints manager Mr.
September 13th I rang again my complaints manager and Mr. Wasim informed me this morning at 10am that by the end of business today that I would be connected to the internet.
By 6pm the office to which Wasim works closed. So I rang 13 22 00 to get some further answers and asked to speak to a supervisor in that department to which I was refused and told to further wait another hrs and contact Mr Wasim again tomorrow. Why is it so difficult to have an NBN Internet service activated at my premises?
Has anyone else had this issue with being connected on the NBN and have they managed to speak to an Australian Citizen at all during the process, not a towel head behind a computer screen with all my information in Mumbai, India?
Other phone call reference numbers are as follows.The National Broadband Network (NBN) is a much-needed upgrade to the dated Internet infrastructure we Australians have contended with for decades. This is especially true in the business world.
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