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New Construction - Can't get taps

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New Construction Home - I have been trying for over a month to get taps run to my house.  My neighbor 50 feet away has service.  Techs have come out on three different occassions, and it is always the same -  You need hot taps.  the Maintenance team was supposedly out to do the work on the 15th, but I received no confirmation this happened (no tag on the door).  When I look outside, there is nothing new and no hot taps in a location that a tech can get to to connect up the house.  At this point, I am having to wait for 5 more days before a tech will come out.  If they come out and tell me there are no Hot taps, it is going to be another week before I can get maintenance out and then 4 or 5 days for the techs for installation (this would be going into week 7 or 8 of waiting for service).  How can I get someone out to verify the taps are in place sooner?

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Hi TimScruggs! After reviewing your account, I was able to verify Tech Ops did come out on 5/15 to make your tap hot. Normally when work is done on the outside of the home, the agents will not make physical contact with customers. I'm showing the job was completed and now we are just waiting for the field tech to come out and complete your install. To ensure everything is completed I would like to follow up with you after your tech leaves, is that ok with you? 




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 Thank you for verifying that information. Since we have been waiting six weeks, and we work from home most of the time, we would appreciate you expediting our appointment  so that we can have cable and Wi-Fi service prior to Wednesday. Thanks. 

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TimScruggs -- I reviewed our quota to see if we have any sooner appointments available. Due to the size of this job, installing all four of our products, Wednesday is the soonest available appointment day. 




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The urget need is internet so we can work from home. At this point we request that you put us a priority for that, please. Again after six weeks of waiting on Comcast we are now in urgent need.

Being new customer ordering a suite of your products, most companies would be diligent to make sure we had a great experience. So far, not so much.
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I will initial this request for a sooner appointment. We cannot guarantee a sooner appointment will be available however we will see if this can be moved up. 




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We were looking today and it may be the taps are down the street from our house.  That would be one pole over and across the street.  What happens if it needed to be run down one more pole, and then across the street to the pole on our yard?

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I've updated your work order to inform Tech Ops of your findings. They will be able to determine exactly which taps they need to they need to be connected to. I will follow up after your installation to see how everything went. 




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Our technician was instructed to extend the cable from the pole down the street, and then to cross the street to our house.  He was able to do that (about 80 feet from the pole where the cale stopped to the next pole and then an additional 40 feet or so to cross the street to the pole at our house)

 

When he tested the signal strength and quality at the pole in front of our house, it was well below what was needed to set-up the services in our house.  He has informed his supervisor, but it sounds like we will need to have the maintenance group come out and do work at the street to bring up the signal strength and quality before we can have our installtion done.

 

Right now we are at 6 weeks since our initial request.  What can we do to escalate getting maintenance out to correct the signal strength and quality issue, and then get the tech out again for our installation?

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Thank you for the update on your installation. I reviewed your account and your installation has been rescheduled to allow time to improve your signal strength. 




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Ok - I am assuming that between now and our appoinment on the 30th that someone from Maintenance or Construction group will be out to address the signal strength / quality of the lines.  is that correct?

 

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That is my understanding as well. That way everything is ready for install. 




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