How to teach the provider to respect the user?


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Start with the fact that I live in the city heroes of Murmansk is located in the North of the North-West region of Russia (Kola Peninsula) and connects us with the main part of Russia only in the isthmus where geographically is the Republic of Karelia. It often happens that during the cold weather or big snow in Murmansk(!!! this is an important) one of the most popular Internet providers of Murmansk falls off konekt or pings become sooooo long. In such situations, when you call in the support of this provider's auto-responder says something similar to the following: "In Karelia in the accident damaged communication and this is no Internet (or there is but it is bad), engineers for all the repairing, sorry for inconvenience".


Such a situation can last up to 2-3 days and to me their apologies is not easy given that the bread I earn through the Internet, and found out today that they are still clearing't do it by themselves, but only at the request of the user, that is, those who do not understand what just pay for the lack of Internet and all.


In this situation, you can affect the provider as an organization, by the fact that arguing with the woman on the phone is a Sisyphean task, they do not understand nothing and just saying what they told to say?


I will be glad to get at least some advice about what to Google or where else to ask, what structures it is possible to complain and how to confirm their claims.


PS

I could be wrong of course but the cause of these problems lies in the fact that Murmansk Avangard buys resources of Rostelecom (if not mistaken), some other providers in the city have alternate routes of communication and that problems of this kind they have.


P. P. S

I have to say that to another provider I already use and do not advise me to disconnect from this
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Accept it, you've punished those that use another provider.
If they have a really technical problem they should be able to solve them or will lose users, competition you know such a thing.
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A few days ago Medvedev has instructed rospotrebnazdor and antimonopoles the Committee to engage in a "regional service providers". That is, they now need a "stick".
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Write to Moscow — there is a high probability that you'll react.
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Can write a complaint to the regulatory organization (Rospotrebnadzor, Roskomnadzor), but hardly what good they will bring. My ISP, for example, the contract stipulates that the Internet may not be 10 days per month, although recently made that the conversion of the machine (before that statement). Actually read the "Rules of rendering of telematic communication services" — docs.pravo.ru/document/view/5640/64131/ Clearing a gun they do not have to according to these rules
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Collective application to court will not help? Murmansk is a pretty big city.
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Look at Beeline same situation. I walked away from them after three days there was no Internet, Twitter they advised to call tech support, although it did not work (i.e. to wait for was impossible: precipices, requests to call back later). But if you are called during the problem and did not know the incident number, then the allocation is not achieved.
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As humor, can offer to transfer evidence/proof competitors :) If you really Prov violates the agreement and/or legislation, who better than the competitor to bring the case to court? :)
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