And this is typical Greedy companies who take over tends to do this. Isn't it illegal to do that without notice? It is because they want to recover what they spent buying qworst. It is not right to disconnect a phone service without notice...
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Re: And this is typical bbbbuuuutttt they are job creators
| |said by Suntop:I am sure he got a notice - but he probably didn't notice it. (pun intended). Most customer notices come with the monthly bill and are often printed on the back where most won't even see it. That certainly isn't the way they should do it, but it is SOP.
Isn't it illegal to do that without notice? It is not right to disconnect a phone service without notice...
The nine most terrifying words in the English language are, I'm from the government and I'm here to help.
Was gonna switch from mediacrap to centurylink Former qworst. And now I dont know if it's worth anymore since they seem to screw assets they buy. I know at least qworst had some good reputation.
Moving into the past. You have to hand to CenturyLink; they truly are living up to their name and providing century old technology at tomorrows prices.
I can only imagine what's next, the return of the telegraph, "one button does it all".
Re: Going to ooma I can't see how POTS is costing you $50.
A POTS line costs slightly over $13 before taxes and fees. I am pretty sure that you are using one of the premium phone services instead.
Re: Going to ooma ArizonaSteve, Pot calling the kettle black. I complain about phone while you whine when you internet goes out or a slight decrease in speed.
As for the $50, 30 for unlimited local and long distance + 20 in taxes you get $50.
Wow, totally lame and after the SunRocket debacle..... I thought the industry learned they couldn't just go dark without massive notification efforts and a loooong transition period.
CenturyLink didn't do either and to add further insult, they appear to have set a January 31st end date, only to move it up a week. There really is no excuse for this.
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Really? I never heard of Qwest having VoIP service. Why would they, they are the phone company! If someone wants VoIP they can always still get it from someone else so what's the problem?
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Re: Really? They have VoIP service, and it's terrible. I have a client with them and while the quality is fine because it's delivered over a T1, the ability to manage it and talk with someone with a clue is non-existent. The story goes on for a long time so I'll just say it's terrible.
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another great example of a company that fails to understand the importance of being considerate to your current customers.
Somewhere, deep in the bowels of CenturyLink/Qwest, somebody fell asleep at the switch. They failed to plan, which means that they planned to fail.
Termination of VOIP Services - Hello, everyone...
We are sorry for frustration any of you have had over the termination of our VOIP services. We began informing our customers of these changes as of 11/14/11 via direct mail, bill messaging, outbound voice messaging and to customer provided email addresses; we have made every effort possible to insure we communicated this service termination. That said, as we also monitor DSL Reports and came across this thread we wanted to reach out to you directly to provide assistance for anyone who needs it. Email us at TalkToUs@CenturyLink.com and we'd be happy to help.
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