Push me to pay for Platinum tech help when I already paying an IT guy to help me? Low IT guy refused the Platinum assistance and, instead, ended the call and thought it would be a good idea to try another Telstra tech, in case the second person was able to help.second Telstra tech was much more thorough, but he also couldn assist any further and, just like the first Telstra tech, he fobbed us off to the Platinum team, Ms Low said.Telstra launched its Telstra Platinum in 2014, which is advertised as providing people with technical advice and support for your gadgets, computers and home entertainment promises to fix your tech problems, whether or not they are Telstra products.it a stretch to ask a customer to pay you to fix something that you provide that does not work. Whoever came up with this brainwave at Telstra has got rocks in their head, Mr McLean said.is very popular and we have developed a range of options to best suit a customer needs. If a customer is experiencing a fault with their service, then reporting a fault means a tech support agent would be made available to resolve the issue, Mr Carey said.possible that this issue may have been directed to the Platinum team incorrectly and we be happy to look into this further with the customer.
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