Making broadband fault frustration a thing of the past
Our modern built systems and diagnostics are enabling us to trial a ground-breaking approach to faults.
It’s a continuous journey we’re on with our partners that demands vision, dedication, tools and technology, but most importantly, people who care.
We look beyond our own industry to the examples of companies that deliver the services we can’t live without and we ask: How can we make every interaction with us feel effortless? How can we put an end to people waiting in queues? And, if ever something goes wrong, how can we ensure it’s handled honestly, efficiently and compassionately?
Our team works tirelessly to predict issues and find solutions before they impact our customers. And when we’re talking to partners or their customers we never hide behind systems, processes or excuses, we only promise if we can deliver, or say we know if we truly do.
If the road is tough or the news isn't great, we share the facts, explain the reasons, then give it our best to get it all back on track. Afterwards, behind the scenes, we evaluate what happened and why, and work to to make it better for the future.
We’re fine tuning our intelligent diagnostics and interfaces and introducing service tools and AI driven chat bots to efficiently handle the everyday. But even the smartest technology needs a human heart.
If an issue arises, a reputation is on the line, or a tricky question needs answering, it’s the swift intervention and accountability of a living, thinking person that makes the difference between meeting and surpassing expectations.
Acknowledging what could be better is the first step to improving service for the future. We encourage everyone in our team do this, to never stand still and to see every issue as an opportunity to learn.
If ever things don’t go to plan, we share the facts, explain the reasons, then give it our all to get it back on track. We don't hide behind systems, processes or excuses. And we never make promises we know we can’t keep, or say we know unless we do.