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re: I Built a Bot to Try and Get Money Back From My Internet Provider VIEW POST

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I've thought about doing this with Fios but never followed through. I got the idea from my first IT job where we requested refunds due to outages or low bandwidth supported by a Nagios graph. Did you have any positive results from reporting the slowness to your ISP? Getting a few bucks back off of them would be a good win and worth the setup time if you expanded it to email them with each dip below minimums.

 

It turns out that there weren't any problems with my bandwidth so I've had no contact.

If the graph showed a pattern, I would perform any official ISP speed-tests at the now-predictable slow parts.

I like that automation idea though. Perhaps a Twitter bot!

 

I like it!! Twitter is usually a good way to get the fast attention of customer support reps from bigger companies!

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