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Standard User adslmax
(knowledge is power) Tue 16-Jun-20 22:42:21
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yes

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Standard User sparky_paul
(experienced) Tue 16-Jun-20 23:29:12
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I'll do that. Cheers.

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Standard User sparky_paul
(experienced) Wed 17-Jun-20 17:16:26
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With things as they are with customer service phone lines, and the notice on the BT home page to try their community forum first before ringing, I split the difference and asked about a BT mod looking at it on the forum.

One of the members who flag stuff up for mods to look at got a bit shirty, saying that mods had better things to do than check something that may or may not be a problem, which I didn't think was too helpful. Another, more helpful member, was puzzled by the lack of open orders... though they did point out that something must have triggered the contact from the losing landline supplier, which all looks in order. The thread's gone a bit quiet now, not sure if they're ignoring me...

Nothing seems to have altered today, still not showing any open orders. I've been googling, and found a few other recent ISP forum mentions of instances where the broadbandchecker site has not updated to reflect open orders. I wonder if this is a possibility?

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Standard User Oliver341
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 17-Jun-20 17:18:29
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Nothing seems to have altered today, still not showing any open orders. I've been googling, and found a few other recent ISP forum mentions of instances where the broadbandchecker site has not updated to reflect open orders. I wonder if this is a possibility?

I think so, especially if your line is WLR3 to WLR3 and not LLU.

Oliver.
Standard User sparky_paul
(experienced) Wed 17-Jun-20 17:37:47
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Definitely no LLU, small rural exchange.

I'm swaying towards just sitting tight now and see what happens next week.

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Standard User adslmax
(knowledge is power) Wed 17-Jun-20 17:50:01
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The open order should show up if there was an order placed on your line! If, nothing there mean they haven't act and commited order yet!

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Edited by adslmax (Wed 17-Jun-20 17:50:42)

Standard User Oliver341
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 17-Jun-20 17:59:53
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I'm swaying towards just sitting tight now and see what happens next week.

Yes, I would.

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Standard User sparky_paul
(experienced) Wed 17-Jun-20 18:09:37
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The open order should show up if there was an order placed on your line! If, nothing there mean they haven't act and commited order yet!

I can see the logic, but if there had been no order raised, how would TalkTalk (landline supplier) have been notified of the switch to BT?

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Standard User busterboy
(committed) Wed 17-Jun-20 18:10:31
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One of the members who flag stuff up for mods to look at got a bit shirty, saying that mods had better things to do than check something that may or may not be a problem, which I didn't think was too helpful.


I would wager it wouldn't take two guesses who that was Paul. wink

Not the first time he has been rude and actually called someone an idiot two weeks ago.

I had a spat with him before that over another matter where he called me names.

Why he hasn't been kicked off I don't know. Keyboard warriors. HUH.

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Standard User sparky_paul
(experienced) Wed 17-Jun-20 18:31:30
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I would wager it wouldn't take two guesses who that was Paul. wink

Not the first time he has been rude and actually called someone an idiot two weeks ago.

That's nice, I didn't know they had form.

I didn't think I was being too unreasonable. I nearly had a bit of a jab back, but thought better of it and toned it down before posting. I wish I'd left it in now! wink

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