So, an Ethernet fault reported on Friday and still not fixed. Hmmm.
Basically, their latest plan is to :-
(a) wait until 00:00 to do some "tests", which will take until 02:00
(b) wait until 09:30 to have a "call" about the tests
That means STOPPING WORK for 6 hours now, working for 2, then STOPPING WORK for 7.5 hours before doing some more work.
That does not sound like they are working on this fault 24/7 to me...
I wonder what they will say in answer to my question "are you refusing to work on this fault 24/7?". Hmm...
I supposed at least if they are refusing to do what the contract says then they can kiss goodbye to the normal very limited compensation that is in the contract and pay something more realistic. After all, this would be breach of contract if they are. Well, that's the way I read it anyway.
Update: After lots of emailing, blogging, facebooking, google+ing, and tweeting, they are finally going to do tests now rather than waiting 5 more hours. Lets see how it goes.