Is it common to receive a plusnet router setup with someone else's account?
I recently started a contract with Plusnet, and they sent through the post a (new) router. I've got the phone line working and I was told I could connect the router. I followed the instructions printed on the pamphlet, but at no point I was asked to enter my credentials. Presumably because those router come pre-configured with one's own account... well, that was I thought anyways.
Apparently I am connecting with someone else's account, and can surf the web without issues. User name is a woman's name + surname. Does it mean that some one out there has a router with my account bound to it? My contract is basic broadband (not fiber). Perhaps that person using my account is getting a slow connection? Or is that checked against phone line rather that user account? What about websites visited history... oh dear.
I've been trying to contact Plusnet regarding this matter. But it seems it is very difficult to get in touch with them. Waiting too long on the phone to get someone to talk to. Online chat not available, or "Loading..." forever, or once you are in, the bot asks you to give the team a ring. It wasn't like that in past experiences.
Anyways, has anyone else been in such situation? Perhaps is someting normal?
Re: Is it common to receive a plusnet router setup with someone else's account?
Although you might find a link, chat is no longer working.
You seem to have been shipped the wrong router as the Plusnet sign on credentials are linked to the router serial number and automatically download when you first connect.
No doubt a Plusnet staffer will come along tomorrow and sort this for you.