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majortom1029

join:2006-10-19
Lindenhurst, NY
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reply to limegrass69

Re: [help] What does it take to get some support from this compa

said by limegrass69:

It all depends on where you are and the nature of the issue.
In my case, my Lightpath voice and data circuits were down for 6 days. Even though we never lost power at the office building, there was no power somewhere along the way both ways of the fiber ring. Lightpath is still "waiting for the directives from Management for the processing of refund claims." This, despite the SLA. We had alternative means of doing business, so things worked out, but I wonder what Lightpath has to think about...

OOL came back in about 4 days. They made it quite easy to seek and receive a refund with no questions asked.

It really makes you wonder sometimes!!

Did they even come to your building to atleast check to see if they can give you service back? Sidera didn't need to come to our building for sandy since they were able to do it remotely but for Irene they came the next day and did some tests and physically moved us.


limegrass69
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They didn't come to my building. I honestly don't think they did all that much until the power started coming back. I'm guessing that it was probably next to impossible for them to assess things beyond their core network until they had some power.


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said by limegrass69:

They didn't come to my building. I honestly don't think they did all that much until the power started coming back. I'm guessing that it was probably next to impossible for them to assess things beyond their core network until they had some power.

that would make sense.
its impossible to determine whether the repaired electronic component will work without applying power to it after it has been repaired, but they could have had a "head start" by fixing what can be fixed in the interim.
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majortom1029

join:2006-10-19
Lindenhurst, NY
kudos:1
said by IllIlIlllIll:

said by limegrass69:

They didn't come to my building. I honestly don't think they did all that much until the power started coming back. I'm guessing that it was probably next to impossible for them to assess things beyond their core network until they had some power.

that would make sense.
its impossible to determine whether the repaired electronic component will work without applying power to it after it has been repaired, but they could have had a "head start" by fixing what can be fixed in the interim.

I still think 6 days is an awfully LONG time for a direct to the building fiber service. Our service has less of a network on long island then lightpath does and was up and running a lot quicker even though it runs on the same poles.

Sounds like cablevision wasn't prepared at all for the storm or their lightpath network isn't as well designed as they say it is.


Deeres

@optonline.net
If there is a fiber break then yes this should have set a alarm. If 3 trucks have been there i dont know why this wouldnt have been fixed yet. Is the cable to your building damaged? What were the techs looking at on the pole? If it was damaged down road or somewhere else then this could possibly been able to come back online from another ring. Was it lightpath techs that came? Maybe they had no access to somewhere.
You definitely have fiber ?