This service has become extremely slow and will load adverts (of which there is an infinity) much faster than any content.
You can actually wait up to a minute to open mail. The situation has become far worse since this 1&1 business started off.
I would not recommend using this service for your primary email address.
I ordered a single shirt just as a test to see what itailor.com are like.
What I would say is that its a decent enough shirt and I will wear to work but it's not really going to wow you as such.
The buttons are a bit rubbish and feel cheap and the cufflink sockets could have been a fraction closer to the wrist. Generally ok and passable service and reasonably quick and efficient in delivery.
I suppose its a fair buy given the price but I still think overall you'd be doing better at the various Xmas shirt sales.
I pay these people nearly £40 a month and have been with them for nearly four years now. They were initially somewhat acceptable through the first contract following which I renewed it in 2012.
They sold me the new contract over the phone. The first immediate deception they made was in relation to the internet. My first contract had unlimited (within reasonable limits) internet. It worked and I could use it without bother and often used it as wireless hotspot when I wanted. The spiv on the phone stated that this would not change with the new contract. This of course was a total lie. Subsequently it became clear that the criminals had come up some "fair use" garbage, which means that you can't use the internet unless you give the criminals more money.
Things got even worse later into the contract, culminating in the total redundancy of having a phone particularly when this EE business started off.
The service is so utter miserable now that I can not receive calls but instead get a text message a few hours later, informing me of the missed call. The caller usually states that either they get a message saying that I'm currently un-available, the phone does not ring and just disconnects or it goes to voice-mail. This believe it or not happens to people who are on the same network as me. The same thing often happens when I try to call out. Nothing happens and the line just drops. It takes maybe two to three attempts to make a call.
At the worst of times there is literally no signal on Oxford Street in Central London.
Short of litigation there is literally no means to remedy the situation. Complaining is meaningless. The day I got round to complaining, it turns out (after the hours of machine rubbish you have to listen to) that they have some illiterates somewhere at some call centre, with whom happily enough one cannot get in touch with for very long ...... because (wait for it) lack of signal. Supposedly the alternate method of complaining is to call an 0845 number or take the time to write them a letter. No you can't email them.. which is why I'm writing this review.
Now reading this maybe some of you think there might be something wrong with my phone. T-Mobile when I did get them on 150 came up with some theory about how it had to be the phone because it couldn't be case that different masts in London were all giving poor signal or something. I gave them the benefit of the doubt and sent my phone off to HTC. They found nothing wrong with it but nevertheless gave it a service and sent it back and I'm back where I started. I have missed three important calls since morning. It's not restarting the phone or any other of these oblique reasons that they are so good at coming up with .... it's simply the case that T Mobile UK and EE are possibly the worst mobile service providers in the UK if not the World. They should be universally boycotted for their deceitful, unconscionable and ultimately criminal behaviour.
Truly pathetic. Do not give them any custom and advise your friends and family to not do so either.
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