A technician came to my house on Oct 18 to install NBN. However, he failed in activating on site saying system was too slow. And I just needed to wait at home. Probably, it woulld take 1-2 hours. However, after 48 hours, it is still not acviated. I can see both upstream and downstream lights are flashing. And online light is off. What is happening?
We've checked your account and learned that the NBN HFC was physically installed but there was a Network issue with our third party provider nbn™ which caused the delay of the remote activation of your service. Our provisioning case manager has escalated the activation of your service with nbn™ to have this matter expedited.
You case manager will contact you as soon as we receive updates from nbn™.
Similar problem here - NBN HFC installed about 3 weeks ago, worked very well for 2 weeks, and in the last week no connection at all: first downstream light flashing, technician came 3 days later, upstream light has been flashing ever since.
TPG states "problem is with NBN" but doesn't help. I have asked for my ADSL2 connection back (it was slower but at least existent), been told this was impossible now that I had NBN.
Sounds like NBN HFC needs to be avoided at all costs.
Thanks @Shane, will do.
FYI I was contacted yesterday by the Engineering team, informing me that NBN had resolved the issue. However when I got home I could only confirm that there was no difference - still disconnected, so I called back the Engineering team and they have escalated this to NBN (again).
I understand your comment on ADSL2+ reactivation, but as a telco this is where I believe TPG should escalate to the Government to change the rules - the NBN is obviously not stable and until it is it is not acceptable to strip a sizeable portion of the population from what has now almost become a basic necessity (for better or worse)...Internet access!
Here is an update in case anyone has a similar issue:
The TPG complaints department (didn't get the name) called me yesterday, following up on my complaint to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) made a day earlier:
So in short: I am appreciative that people are at least talking to them, but it does not sound that anyone is actually doing anything to even understand why this problem happened in the first place, and I am questioning my choice of Service Provider.