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Zen just aren't doing it

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Old January 22nd 06, 02:31 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default Zen just aren't doing it

see my post a cpl of days ago... ppl were saying I should change to Zen! Im
glad Im not evan thinking about it.

Old January 22nd 06, 03:28 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default Zen just aren't doing it

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mibx wrote:
see my post a cpl of days ago... ppl were saying I should change to Zen! Im
glad Im not evan thinking about it.

What, just because ONE person whinges about them? Thats not exactly
giving them a chance, is it?

OK - I'm with Zen and I did have genuine performance issues when I first
got connected. Zen were very diligent about going through the various
tests, getting me to use the BT line checker, etc. They even got a BT
engineer to come out to do more line tests and so on. This did take time
- it was over the period of 2-3 weeks, but they kept me up to date with
regular reports and even called me a few times.

The problem in the end was due to a "VP Capacity" problem in the exchange,
as well as a relatively minor line card problem. BT refused to admit that
tlis was the problem, but with Zens persistance, they eventually admited
that the exchange was due for an upgrade, but it had been delayed. I
understand that Zen helped push this through BT, but who knows what
really goes on in the inner workings of BT... I'm glad Zen kept on at BT
to get them to do something about it. I now get rock solid 2Mb downloads
all the time (where the remote site & Internet path permits it!)


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