Talk Talk Homepage Slow Loading

  thumbscrew 07 Dec 12
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My Talk Talk Homepage is taking an age to load....occasionally times out...anyone similar?

  alB* 07 Dec 12

Same for me, Wirral area, using Chrome, won't even load although e-mails are coming through ok on OE. ...alB

  thumbscrew 07 Dec 12

Sounds like them once again!! Just recovered from another email problem...I've lost count of how many times that's happened, literally dozens. Something goes wrong with TT, somewhere, every day...frigging disgraceful!

  woodchip 07 Dec 12

Can Get Home Page ok, but cannot get to my account page

  woodchip 07 Dec 12

Turned Java Script of and Got this what I have Copied Pasted for you

Login message Scheduled maintenance:

My Account will be unavailable between OUTAGESTART and OUTAGEEND due to technical upgrade. Thankyou for your understanding.

  spuds 08 Dec 12

Its back to normal today, but what do you call normal with TT?.

If you change to another ISP, you will no doubt have similar problems from time to time. Perhaps better the devil you know, than the devil you don't?.

  thumbscrew 08 Dec 12

Historically spuds,this TT devil must be Beelzebub plus all his little demon helpers. I've been with them for some years and Tiscali...before we were all forced to migrate, for a couple of years before that. Sparing you the grisly details, but it's been one consistent, regular, never ending series of glitches, outtages and prime cock-ups. And the really infuriating thing is that many of these problems...and of these the email disconnections are the worst, keep repeating themselves seemingly endlessly! Even though it's happened a multitude of times before,did they learn, fix and solve? NEGATIVE, because a short time after said outtage, it happens again...same problem as before, but they treat it as if it's the first and only time. fix that one, short while later and it's back and it goes on and on and flipping on. Spuds, I'm no expert on the dark arts, but as devils go, they can't be much worse than this shower!Any exorcists out there?

  rdave13 08 Dec 12

Try another ISP and use webmail, not the ISP's own mail, and use a client. It won't matter then how often you change ISP's when it comes to your email accounts.

http://email.about.com/od/freeemailreviews/tp/free_email.htm

  thumbscrew 08 Dec 12

Hello rdave, sadly I'm tied in to another year of a renewed 18 month contract. They offered me a wireless router if I renewed, and my old modem was playing up. However thank god for Gmail...never lets me down, unlike too many other organisations on this planet. I'll end by quoting a short passage from a recently published money section of a national newspaper..."For the third year running Talk Talk are in line for the rotten service wooden spoon award. They are more interested in acquiring new customers than looking after the ones they already have"

  rdave13 08 Dec 12

So you'll have to wait another 18 months. In the mean time use more of your Gmail and other web mail accounts and start notifying your contacts that you're changing from TT email to Gmail or other webmail. You've enough time to do it. Once you've notified all your contacts then you won't need to use the homepage as often, if at all. AOL hasn't changed then.

  woodchip 08 Dec 12

why not register with aol mail its free to get a e.mail address though i am with talktalk i use aol mail, have been for years and never seem to have any problems other than i had to change my password as it got stolen and was being used to spam

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