I signed up to get 1&1 wifi installed in my flat, the first thing I had to do was check the availability of their services at...展開
this address, for this I used their website, they approved of my location and allowed me to order the internet. I then proceed to pay the router and temporary usb stick in order to have wifi until they complete the installation. These things arrived within two days. For the next month and a half I kept receiving generic emails apologizing for delays or emails asking where in the building exactly my flat was located. They have also at some point sent me an email saying they could not send me what they need for installation because I gave them a wrong address and things could not be delivered, even though I had received the router with no issues several weeks earlier. I received at least 5 same emails to which I all responded. When I said I do not want to receive this same email anymore, I received a letter with the same questions, with the addition of them telling me that the flat number I gave them does not exist and I made a mistake. I then contacted my landlord, just to check, and the number was correct. I told them this, they replied that their services are not available for my address even though the initial check said otherwise, said sorry and requested I send the router back. That is 2 months of paying for their prepaid usb stick and the router, not getting internet installed in my flat, for them to just absolutely nonchalantly say that they will not do it. I am absolutely disappointed and would not recommend dealing with them.
Funnily, after they suspended my contract, I still received generic emails ensuring me someone will come to install the internet within the next week.
I've used Netfirms for probably two decades now, and I own about 8 domain names. Registering domain names with them is easy a...展開
nd fine, and they auto-renew, which works well for me.
Over the years they have upgraded their user interface to be a little better and friendly, but it's still very hard to find what you're looking for. And their customer support sucks. I wanted to use them for Google Workspace because they offer a cheaper rate, but after exchanging one message with customer service trying to solve a problem, I never heard back from them. You really have to get on chat or the phone in order to resolve your issue.
But I have never had issues with downtime on any of my websites and it's fairly easy to make changes to nameservers and things like that.