Max (hawkida) wrote,

  • Mood:

NTL are coming

After about fifteen minutes on hold I got through to NTL and booked a date for them to come out and install. Actually, no, after 15 minutes on hold they told me they had routed me through to the London offices because I was calling from London and put me on hold again to talk to people in Peterborough. But the upshot was the same.

They're supposed to be coming on the afternoon of my moving day. I think maybe that was a bad plan. I think I should have told them to come the following Monday - but I didn't want to take an extra day off work and I'm not sure whether my sister will be coming down to stay, yet. The plan is to make orders with various people who deliver things (mostly Argos) and find out when they will be bringing said things - then get my sister to stay for a week or so which means that I can go to work and not use up my holiday days. Natalie is a single mother and doesn't have a job and she's happy to do this. Well, she would be - she gets to watch my cable TV and play on the internet all day while she's there! It will be good to see her again - more so to see Denver who is coming up to a year old, now.

So maybe we'll be organised enough to be into the house and have the TV and video set up for cable to be plugged into by the time the engineer arrives (any time between 12 and 5, apparantly). And maybe we won't. But I can alway re-book it.
Tags: house, ntl

  • My tweets

    Mon, 08:59: Wanna work with me? Now you can!

  • My tweets

    Fri, 19:59: RT @ chao_xian: If you’ve read the blog post and I’ve managed to convey how great a job it is, we have vacancies and especially…

  • My tweets

    Thu, 11:08: RT @ tobiogunsina: Open Question - How is accessibility managed in your organisation, do have any form of #accessibility team, and…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.