Any reason they gave?Telkom is apparently forcibly moving me to Wireless. Stating that I will be disconnected end of the month
My line is perfectly fine, and I'm based in a large shopping complex.
the point is they getting rid landlines cables are expensive to keep replacing . so up to you to cancel if you hae no use for it.I've got this thing and it seems to be working but what is the point? I had a Telkom land-line because it would work if the cellular signal was down or Eskom was out. Is there any cost/billing advantage? I think I am going to cancel my Telkom account now.
They have good products when they work. But boy oh boy when things with billing and technical start going wrong. Its like the black hole effect. Because first their order system alongside the people managing it have black holes for brains.My parents moved from one town to another bigger town to an age old home. They got to keep their number, get an additional 2GB of data that they can use through the devices wifi network and they can move the phone where they need it, because it is battery powered. All this for the same price they paid for their phone line... Also they don't need to buy data for their cell phone anymore - double saving for them. Not for everybody I would assume, but for them it's a bargain.
One of the problems I've faced, is the system black hole at Telkom. Things disappear into this system and six weeks later my FLLA SIM card is not yet activated. Then another person at the Telkom shop told me last week it will cost R375 PM line rental. No thanks.