TELKOM subscribers are having problems with the Internet because the country is getting ready for the World Cup.
The World Cup is affecting the lives of people who earn a living using the Internet or rely on it for communication with the outside world.
A local company has been trying to download a free programme for me since I can't afford ADSL.
Telkom informed me yesterday of these facts and said that was why subscribers were having problems. Many cannot even email. I spent all day yesterday setting up a laptop, including the ADSL, but couldn't email or use the Internet.
When I phoned a technician kept asking me if I'd spelt properly or whether there was a full stop or comma out of place.
How could Telkom not be transparent with clients about their problems?
When a sport ruins services we pay for it is an infringement of people's rights.
Cilla Webster, Scottburgh