After nearly two months of trying to move my broadband business to Yayzi I have given up…
I have read and monitored the disgruntled customers on the forum and the issues one after another people suffer, that shouldn’t even exist when setting up a new service but I thought I’ll give them the benefit as they are new and independent and I’m also aware how difficuilt City fibre are to deal with, But unfortunately I just don’t have time to chase any longer.
I started discussing my move from Giganet (which have been great and had zeros issues with) over to Yayzi for the larger bandwidth options early in October. My service was set to cancel on the 16th November but had little communication back from Yayzi about the move, not even a contract or direct debit nothing
Closer to the 16th I started asking more questions on how the process was going and what to expect, the limited number of times i got a response it wasn’t convincing even from Founder and COO himself.
I was told a few times yes, we have your details everything is in place, no problem.
Being a home worker and reliant on the internet I needed some clarity on how much downtime to expect so I could plan. (I expected downtime its part and parcel)
Time ticks along and Giganet keep me informed of my imminent disconnection, yet Yayzi fail to keep me informed of any visits from city fibre or if my connection is actually booked to move.
Much as I tried on the forum via email, even directly with the founder I got no answers.
So along comes the 14th and I cancelled my cease with Giganet so as not to end up disconnected.
Post the 16th again I have had little success getting anything from Yayzi so I’ve decided to wait until my current provider or another supports the 2.3GB service.
The key when you’re growing is communication with your customers and consistent messages regardless of the size of the business. Without customers you are nothing.
I was hoping to be part of something here an early adopter and helping other community members as the services grows but it’s not to be…
Look at the signs if you’re thinking of signing up.
Routers not being shipped.
Static address not implemented.
Problems with online services.
No connection at all.
I’ve never in all my years in IT infrastructure witness’s such chaos.
If you got connected and it’s all working as expected good luck for the future, I hope it all works out.
I’m going to keep paying someone I get a service from and who knows how to communicate.