iiNet Australia complaints number & email.
We have been small business customers with Iinet for 21 years and before that when they were Omen. When I realised I had stopped receiving emails I called the Business line and was told I had gone over my quota. I deleted 5000 emails and was told I was still over my quota. I asked when the quota had been changed and why I hadn't been notified. I was told the quota hadn't been changed, so I asked why I still wasn't receiving emails after deleting 5000 emails. I was told I had to delete more before I could receive emails, but the quota had not been reduced. This does not make sense! Without notice the quota was changed and my email frozen so I couldn't received emails, but denied by the support people I spoke to. Very disappointed that we are treated this way after being loyal customers.
I have no internet until Dec 31 because of iiNet greed and sloppy practice. Each customer service contradicts the last, orders are incomplete and they continue to deduct funds. I’m lodging a complaint with the Telco Ombuds.
My computer is now so slow at any time of day or night that I wish I had not opted to change over to NBN. I was always under the impression, obviously wrong, that it was going to speed things up.
it makes me very upset by such a service. why supporting team is not able to get connected to internal hardware team after i called 15times? or they just get said by say...we will try.... If so, this is really good job ..
Complaint Phone number: 13 22 58
Complaint Email: email@example.com
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Head Office address: 502 Hay St, Subiaco WA 6008, Australia
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