two bills needed transferring. the power bill was easy. the cable/internet was not. I have the power on budget billing with over 2 years average usage to back check making it safer. the cable/internet is a slightly better deal that what we had. in short the house overhead is again stable at least six months month or 2 years no change in overhead/rent. Whee.
I lodged a complaint questioning the cable company being somewhat discriminatory due to the way they handle transferring – making it very difficult to avoid a service call and thatfor a photo 180 dollar fee or demanding one show up for a photo I.d. check when such isn’t asked for in the field nor proof of address or social security info. to add to this, I still had to go home and activate via a phone call my equipment…theus it’s a pointless hassle to show up…because of only policy. if you really think I’m mad, get over it, yes annoyed who would not be but lol I just saved 170 dollars 😀 AND got to complain about it!
I point out I have previous service fulfilled in good standing with both companies.
I missed my yearly tradition of watching afl’s grand final to go to a cable company for an i.d. check? laugh even if I’m also serious. there was nothing saved for me in security of my identity. I am disabled and was hassled for no earthly good reason and to not have confidence in phone care means I must wast time in person? wow. what a policy paridigmn worth reviewing. this is a poor way of bilking seniors and disabled people into 180 dollar service calls.