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Sick of crappy service

maratsade
Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Failed Backup

No one is going to contact you; you need to use phone, chat, or post your issue here, under Tech Support for speed issues.  You may want to stop posting all over the site, as this is not going to get you any attention and may get you banned. 

 

If you need to cancel the account,  you will need to call 866-347-3292. You may have to pay an early termination fee if you're still under contract. See http://legal.hughesnet.com/ServiceTermsAndConditions-current.cfm

To avoid equipment charges, you will also need to return the equipment (modem, power pack, and the radio from the dish). You will get a kit to return the equipment when you cancel the account.

rhondatuley
Sophomore

Re: Poor Internet

They need to move my gateway to Dallas. It is 60 miles from me vs missoula montana that is 1,692 miles from my location.
maratsade
Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Tech Support in the USA

I don't believe they offer that service.  I would suggest that you post your issue here, in the Tech Support section, and explain what's happening. It seems you're having slow speeds that may be due to weather. 

 

What are the numbers next to State Code here?  http://192.168.0.1/#!/home/status

 

To have speed issues addressed on this site, you will have to follow this required procedure:  https://community.hughesnet.com/t5/Tech-Support/Think-you-have-slow-speeds/td-p/110034

 

 

 

rhondatuley
Sophomore

Re: Tech Support in the USA

Numbers next to state code 0.0.0 -- fully operational

I am running the tests at testmy.net as indicated in the tech forum.

The issue I have is the inability to do any backups on devices. Cannot download or stream anything. Slow uploads and downloads or it just times out and quits because connection is lost. VOIP pixelates so bad you cannot use zoom or skype.

I am in the IT department at my job and the help desk pros laughed at the excuses I was given.
maratsade
Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Poor Internet

They don't move your gateway; they have their own procedures and reasons for why they put us on what gateways, and I believe they put you in the gateway that's best for your beam.  Gateway performance has likely little, if not nothing to do with the distance from the gateway to your site. 

 

You have now posted several times, but have not opened a ticket with an explanation of the issues and a link to your Testmy.net results page, as is required.  Right now you're spinning your wheels.There are people on this site who can help you, but thy're waiting until you follow the required procedures. 

 

 

 

rhondatuley wrote:
They need to move my gateway to Dallas. It is 60 miles from me vs missoula montana that is 1,692 miles from my location.

 

maratsade
Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Tech Support in the USA

  • Streaming has been deprioritised in order to give priority to education and business applications. 
  • Your State Code shows the equipment is working as intended.
  • You may be encountering problems related to congestion and traffic on your beam. 
  • Latency may be affecting your web experience as well.

 

 

rhondatuley
Sophomore

Re: Tech Support in the USA

How do I get a priority as I work for the Dept of Defense? Invoke the Defense Act?

I am running the 5 minute apart tests and then will upload results. I dont see on the thread a link to create a ticket but will keep looking.
maratsade
Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Sick of crappy service

If the diagnostics show that your system is running at 96%, there's no reason to send you a modem.  

 

 

maratsade
Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Tech Support in the USA

I would probably approach the DOD and see if they can get you a different service.  I don't believe that if you are a regular subscriber, the company would give you any priority over other regular subscribers. 

 

To start a ticket, click on Start a topic.  Or just pick one of the topics you started already and stick with that one exclusively.

rhondatuley
Sophomore

Re: Tech Support in the USA

I am getting Nextlink. Neighbor one road over gets 23Mbps from them via satellite. But I need this service to work in the interim. I paid for it - I expect it to work properly. And it has not for a long while. But, kinda like driving with your check engine light on. My stupidity to keep something that has been sub-par and now it's broken and nobody cares. I know it is nobody on this forum's responsibility to help make things right. Hughesnet corporate is really to blame.