We have had a lot of problems with our broadband recently. Virgin Media insisted on ‘upgrading’ our (business) service while we were on holiday.
However, we came back to no broadband at all and now, although (after three days and an engineers visit) it is actually working, the speed rarely goes above 35 Mbps. We are paying for 350. Prior to the ‘upgrade’, it was in the region of 100 Mbps – which as we are running an internet business is needed.
Its been over a week now. Any suggestions?
Despite this, the following posts were published on the blog last week:
I discuss why benefit claimants find it hard to rent properties
A question to the Fast Track Blog Clinic from a landlord.
Ben Reeve Lewis a regular contributor to our blog, writes about the Valuation Office Agency
My weekly look into housing news items and some snippets
- Single Mums give testimony to Parliament on what its like to live on Universal Credit
- The Public vote that Justice is as important as health and education
- Karen Bucks bill to give tenants rights re poor property standards goes to the Lords
- The Guardian looks at co-living for millennials
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