If you thought Ryan Block had a rough time with Comcast customer service then you haven’t seen anything yet. Taking an example from others who have recorded their terrible Comcast customer service experiences and posted them on the Internet, YouTube user Douglas A. Dixon has posted a customer service call that lasted a brutal one-and-a-half hours in which he was shuffled through a whopping six different customer service representatives, none of whom knew how to solve his problem.
Dixon, who posted about his experience on Reddit, simply wanted to find out why his Internet service was still only capable of reaching a top speed of 50Mbps even though he Comcast sent him a notification telling him that it had increased his speed up to 105Mbps.
Along the way, the six reps he spoke with told him wildly contradictory things about the status of his supposed service upgrade: One said that he was indeed supposed to get a speed increase but was not able to fix it, while another said that Dixon “misunderstood” the email telling him that his service had been upgraded and told him he’d have to pay more to get the 105Mbps service. Another rep tells Dixon that the problem has been fixed, but upon checking it out for himself, he finds that he’s still getting the slower tier. Another one accuses Dixon of “threatening” her once Dixon reveals that he’s recording her phone call.
The entire, horrible experience took up an hour and a half of Dixon’s life and he still never got his questions answered or his problem fixed. This is truly Comcastic.
You can listen to the entire painful ordeal below if you have the stomach for it.
This article was originally published on BGR.com