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# 141189 4-Mar-2014 11:19
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I registered for a new connection with Snap about a week ago . Sometimes during last week, I received a txt message from Snap telling me that the new connection has been booked on 3 March. Yesterday was 3 March but I still could not find any signs that the connection is on. Having tried to call Snap many times but no ones picked up. What should I do?????!!!

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  # 998669 4-Mar-2014 11:32
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What do you mean by "but no ones picked up"? Your best option is to ring their helpdesk. You should go into a queue if it's a busy period.



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  # 998682 4-Mar-2014 11:43
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Hi there. Thanks for the reply. I am not really tech savvy so how can I do the things you just said? Thanks

 
 
 
 


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  # 998692 4-Mar-2014 12:05
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What sidefx means is to phone 0800 BROADBAND (0800 276 232) which is their help desk. If it is busy there will be a wait time and you will be placed in a queue.

All you need to do is hold tight and someone will be able to help you :)





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  # 998698 4-Mar-2014 12:16
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Yeah, sorry, should have been more specific - what bonkas said :)

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  # 998740 4-Mar-2014 12:59
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Hi jml117

I can see that the team have now been in touch with you and that you're now online!

Cheers
Ralph




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  # 998852 4-Mar-2014 14:47
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Hi there, the problems have been solved. Thank you.

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