Freeserve Tariffs Reviews
Product Type: Freeserve in Telecommunications Services
Description:Please write about the type of tariff you currently have with Freeserve.
Newest Review: ... connection). Try again then?same again. & #84;hird time lucky? Nope. Old tech to the rescue, I phone up and speak to a human being, not a recording offering 30 options of which mine is ALWAYS the last. He is efficient, helpful and sorts my membership in a few minutes. ... more
Customer Freeserve Tariffs Reviews (9)
by - written on 13/05/04, updated on 13/05/04 (Very useful, 710 readings)
Blazing Modems- Wanandoo ADSL. Are you?? Tired of dropped connections? Sick of waiting ?months? for web pages to load? Had enough of the ?will it, won?t it connect? while dialling up? Like to use the phone and surf at the same time? You know what I?m talking about. Tight Git? I?ve been on the verge of ordering some form of broadband connection for what seems like forever BUT being a canny Yorkshireman (def. A Scotsman with every ounce of generosity squeezed out of him?), I could never quite bring myself to spend the extra cash each ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/02, updated on 01/07/02 (Somewhat useful, 182 readings)
Well, is there a secret code or anything else for getting good customer service? Reading some of the op's praising freeserve customer service beggar belief. Perhaps their families are customer service reps? On the 15th May 2002, I received my broadband pack (after a much longer wait than the advertised ten days, incurring 'phone calls and emails!) Having three 'phones, I needed three filters. Unfortunately one of the filters was defective. I 'phoned customer service and was assurred a replacement would be sent out directly. Guess what? Dispite repeated calls and emails (I even wrote to John Pluthero CEO) we are now in July ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/02, updated on 17/05/02 (Very useful, 202 readings)
I've had the Broadband service for a few months now and overall I think it's not bad. I brought the Alcatel modem for £99, which looks very eyecatching in turquoise and shaped like a stingray. The setup process is simple enough too. When I was living in Toronto a couple of years ago, I was lucky enough to experience the broadband service there. And I must say that it was slightly cheaper at about £20 a month and faster at 1MBps (1000k). The Freeserve price isn't the cheapest but I am getting speeds in the region of the 512k which is maximum speed of the service. One of my biggest gripes with Freeserve is their customer service. It leaves ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/02, updated on 09/05/02
ive been wanting broadband for a year or so now, my friend has it with ntl and the speeds are crazy, downloading full movies in a few hours, full music albums in just 10 minutes, all because of broadband. so i quit my smoking habit and went down to currys and purchased broadband in a box from freeserve. the salesman phoned up freeserve and sorted everything out for us, i went home installed everything effortlessly, without even reading the instructions. phoned freeserve up and registered the bank details and such with them, i was then informed after i handed over the £84.99 for the kit, and my bank details for the subscription that it will be available to me in 7-10 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/02, updated on 30/04/02 (Very useful, 496 readings)
For years now I have been dreaming of high speed internet access and checking the telewest site regularly to see if I was able to pick up the blue yonder service but only to be told I was outside of there territory. Finally this spring I had an email from freeserve offering a new broadband service at a competitive £29.99 a month and only £84.99 for installation, so I went down to my local Dixons store to purchase the box and sign up to a 12-month contract. The sales person was very helpful he explained he had to check my phone number with freeserve to make sure my telephone exchange was calibrated for the service. Now hear is ware the problems started the ... Read the complete review
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