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Standard User epyon
(experienced) Thu 21-May-15 23:44:37
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Re: I've bit the bullet.


[re: AAuser27] [link to this post]
 
no where near 100

people just are lazy and don't want to check the website

and spread misinformation smile

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Standard User AAuser27
(member) Wed 27-May-15 06:16:48
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Re: I've bit the bullet.


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In reply to a post by epyon:
no where near 100

people just are lazy and don't want to check the website

and spread misinformation smile


Oh sorry. I thought working on the 400GB quota FTTC 80/20 with 200GB a month being £50 + £40 for 4 x 50GB + the £10 for the copper pair was £100.

Silly me..

No need to check the website and misinform. It's what I have and what I pay every month. So if I am wrong I will get on the phone for a refund!

Cheers!
Standard User epyon
(experienced) Wed 27-May-15 07:10:20
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Re: I've bit the bullet.


[re: AAuser27] [link to this post]
 
Don't "cheers" me

You where looking at older pricing and where wrong

i said the price for broadband only

you are now on the website desperately looking to make up a £100 per month bill to look correct on the internet

well

10/10 for effort

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Edited by epyon (Wed 27-May-15 07:11:29)


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Standard User AAuser27
(member) Wed 27-May-15 16:18:16
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Re: I've bit the bullet.


[re: epyon] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by epyon:
Don't "cheers" me

You where looking at older pricing and where wrong

i said the price for broadband only

you are now on the website desperately looking to make up a £100 per month bill to look correct on the internet

well

10/10 for effort


Oh get over yourself you stuck up [censored]. I was looking at the current pricing on my bill I didn't even go to the website

Get a grip.
Standard User ferretuk
(regular) Thu 28-May-15 21:52:12
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Re: I've bit the bullet.


[re: epyon] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by epyon:
no where near 100

people just are lazy and don't want to check the website

and spread misinformation smile


It would, of course, be considerably more useful (less lazy?) if you'd posted the correct info then?

I make it (for 400GB FTTC broadband):

100GB ADSL : £25
40/10 FTTC : +£10
(80/20 FTTC : +£15)
300GB usage : +£20
2 x 50GB top up : +£20


Total : ADSL £65, 40/10 FTTC £75, 80/20 FTTC £80

If the phone line isn't migrated from BT (for example) as it is needed for calls then there's £16.99 line rental so the total for the fastest connection is just under £100 (as mentioned)

However, dave2150 mentioned that he has the £20/month Sky unlimited package and this also has £16.40 line rental and is 40/10 so the comparable costs are:

Sky : £36.40
A&A: £91.99 (Assuming BT line rental - Could be cheaper with another provider)

Still pretty close to the approx £100 figure mentioned by AAuser27 that you took umbrage with wink

If these figures are wrong, perhaps you'd be kind enough to point out the error?

Edited by ferretuk (Thu 28-May-15 21:53:45)

Standard User mlmclaren
(experienced) Thu 28-May-15 22:26:02
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Re: I've bit the bullet.


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I see everyones getting on as usual... laugh

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Standard User AAuser27
(member) Fri 29-May-15 00:26:27
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Re: I've bit the bullet.


[re: ferretuk] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by ferretuk:
In reply to a post by epyon:
no where near 100

people just are lazy and don't want to check the website

and spread misinformation smile


It would, of course, be considerably more useful (less lazy?) if you'd posted the correct info then?

I make it (for 400GB FTTC broadband):

100GB ADSL : £25
40/10 FTTC : +£10
(80/20 FTTC : +£15)
300GB usage : +£20
2 x 50GB top up : +£20


Total : ADSL £65, 40/10 FTTC £75, 80/20 FTTC £80

If the phone line isn't migrated from BT (for example) as it is needed for calls then there's £16.99 line rental so the total for the fastest connection is just under £100 (as mentioned)

However, dave2150 mentioned that he has the £20/month Sky unlimited package and this also has £16.40 line rental and is 40/10 so the comparable costs are:

Sky : £36.40
A&A: £91.99 (Assuming BT line rental - Could be cheaper with another provider)

Still pretty close to the approx £100 figure mentioned by AAuser27 that you took umbrage with wink

If these figures are wrong, perhaps you'd be kind enough to point out the error?


Thank you for backing this up. He just wants to cause trouble. Like i said I am pulling this info from my OWN billing panel!.
Standard User AAuser27
(member) Fri 29-May-15 23:19:09
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I notice they haven't replied.

Funny that..
Standard User Lambrettaday
(learned) Thu 11-Jun-15 08:36:49
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Well I've been reading through this thread regarding AAISP and most of the input is favourable to AAISP. I wonder what I did that was so wrong when I called yesterday. I decided to join them for a fibre connection after all I've read on here about their great customer service and got quite a shock to be talking to the most rude and unhelpful person I've ever spoken to in a customer service situation. Any question I asked was given a very patronising answer and attitude. I don't know if he was having a bad day but it put me off and I've signed up elsewhere. AAISP should know they have an errant customer service operative who is putting people off from signing up. I don't usually get that sort of reaction from people in any walk of life, all I wanted was a couple of questions answered before I signed up. At least I found out before I signed up with them.

Raymond.
Standard User mlmclaren
(experienced) Thu 11-Jun-15 11:02:28
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In past experience I've felt Andrew's & Arnold talk to some like [censored] because of the little chance of someone paying the high prices for their service... and maybe not being so bright on what they are actually getting...

Once I corrected this their attitude has changed but then I've told them no way after the attitude...

TBH after what I've been hearing from a customer who joined and left within a month or 2 they aren't that great and not very helpful either...

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