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185
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Reward for recommending new customers

Offer some sort of small reward for recommending new customers who sign-up
Response from the site administrator
aaisp, 20.12.2013
We do appreciate that customers do recommend us to their friends and colleagues. We get good reviews on various 'review' type web sites, twitter etc, and are thankful to customers when they do.

However, does adding a monetary value to it make the recommendation less meaningful? ie, would you then be recommending us because you'll get a kick back, or because you genuinely so recommend us? -- interested in comments :-)
ml, 25.10.2010, 09:13
15 comments
99
votes

Have an AAISP looking glass, so that I can see the state of the BGP world from AAISP's perspective

There are occasions when routing to a site appears to be completely and utterly insane, and it's not always obvious which ISP is responsible. A BGP looking glass giving skilled users the chance to interrogate the BGP tables at interesting...
Response from the site administrator
aaisp, 21.04.2015
This is in our engineering team's queue.
Simon Farnsworth, 07.03.2011, 10:56
2 comments
85
votes

Limit downstream line rate at peak times

The bandwidth on FTTC allows for a lot of units to be used very quickly at peak times, so it should be possible to configure a different line rate for peak/off peak/night. There would be the option to use the actual line rate for each period...
Simon Arlott, 22.10.2010, 16:27
4 comments
80
votes

Pro-actively notify users about terms and price changes

A recent status update informs us "We can change terms and prices at any time and we update our web site with the changes." It appears that the recommended method for becoming aware of these changes is to monitor the A&A website. Possible...
mstevens, 15.10.2010, 10:24
1 comment
65
votes

Helpful shading on usage graphs

Rather than show day/twilight/night on the usage graphs, it would be far more helpful to overlay peak/off-peak
Response from the site administrator
aaisp, 21.04.2015
This is in our engineering team's queue.
Simon Hodgson, 24.12.2010, 10:48
5 comments
53
votes

Time Limit when IP is routed

With the lower unit cost of overnight usage it would be good if the control panel was updated so that you could specify an IP address and the time (start and stop) when it would be routable. That way if a large download was run overnight we could...
dabbishaw, 15.10.2010, 10:28
3 comments
47
votes

buy a single Unit

Particularly on a BE circuit, I do not need two usage Units per month. In fact I constantly carry-forward two Units which I do not and will not use. So I am paying £3.60 ex VAT for something that has no utility to me, which I don't think is The...
Buntor, 01.02.2011, 18:19
0 comments
40
votes

Have the option to vote against stupid ideas

be able to vote for or against an idea
Response from the site administrator
aaisp, 05.01.2011
This has been suggested: http://useridea.rc.idea.informer.com/proj/?ia=1156 - please vote there for the idea, thanks!
Iain, 26.12.2010, 22:24
2 comments
36
votes

On the clueless graphs, use shading to indicate the billing rate (2GB, 100GB, 1TB, etc) rather than the state of the sun

Response from the site administrator
aaisp, 21.04.2015
This is in our queue - we'll look to add peak/off peak shading.
Ian Lynagh, 22.02.2011, 14:45
1 comment
35
votes

specify firewall rules to block IPs on the internet side of ADSL link, rather than on the consumer side, using an API that can be interfaced to local snort/fail2ban-like functionality

At the moment IPs can be block (only on test LNS?) when requested. So there's a manual step in the "detect IP senidng too much undesired traffic... cause it to be blocked" process. It would be cool if that could be automated so that the blocking...
benc, 03.06.2011, 14:07
1 comment
33
votes

Voicemail outgoing message upload

At present if you want to change the outgoing message, you can only do so by reading it out live over the phone, not uploading a previously recorded message. Possible Solution: Ability to upload MP3s (or other formats) of an outgoing...
Response from the site administrator
aaisp, 21.04.2015
This is being worked on.
wturrell, 15.10.2010, 10:29
1 comment
33
votes

Stop using "Sizzle CSS Selector Engine"

The way you're using this makes status.aaisp.net.uk unusable, luckily that's ignorable as there's another way to get the information using RSS. Now you've added it to editnumber.cgi on clueless so that's become unuseable as most of the options...
Response from the site administrator
aaisp, 20.10.2010
We'll pass this on to our web guys.
Iain, 19.10.2010, 20:05
3 comments
28
votes

automatically charge for extra units

i won't be able to predict when i need 100gb overnight or 500gb, or 2gb daytime v.s. 50gb. Can't you just charge me for the units i used instead of asking me to predict them up front? i know you're quite considerate when people exceed usage from...
Response from the site administrator
aaisp, 28.11.2012
We do this on the Home::1 tariff http://aa.net.uk/broadband-home1.html
rob al, 24.06.2011, 03:59
3 comments
24
votes

Be able to filter incoming numbers

It would be nice if you could add selected numbers to be either ignored completely, sent to voicemail or sent to the honey trap. I used to do this on my own server but my mobile is called directly by AAISP bypassing that mechanism. For bonus...
Tony Hoyle, 25.02.2011, 17:04
0 comments
22
votes

AAISP to investigate using http://www.digitalregion.co.uk/ for internet access

BT have removed the predicted date of March 2011 for the upgrade to 21CN for my exchange suggesting that it will be a long time before I see faster speeds (annoying as I live close to the exchange and could get much better speeds if the exchange...
Simon, 23.11.2010, 12:44
7 comments
21
votes

Be alerted if a line is down for a certain length of time

Some of my lines are iffy due to circumstances out of the control of me, AAISP or BT, for example customers having dodgy wiring that they're content to stick with. I want to know when these lines go offline, but only if they stay offline, rather...
Adam Piggott, 22.11.2010, 17:01
1 comment
21
votes

Support direct SMS (withe an AAISP number) when using SIP2SIM

The motivation (and back-end needed) for doing your own thing with SIP (SIP2SIM) and SMS (delivery by HTTP) are quite different - often you want one without the other. Currently, you can take control over SMS while using AAISP direct routing...
Andrew Gordon, 01.03.2011, 09:18
1 comment
21
votes

Clean up the editline clueless page

Clueless's editline.cgi page is suffering from a mixture of links and buttons in an increasingly unintuitive and counter-productive manner. I'm not opposed to "buttons", or a change of the layout. The extra features that have been added over the...
Response from the site administrator
aaisp, 21.04.2015
We've done some work on tidying the page. There is more to be done though...
_aD, 18.01.2012, 09:28
2 comments
20
votes

Customised Support RSS Feed

At the moment, the RSS feed from the support site (http://status.aaisp.net.uk/atom.cgi) contains a lot of auto-detected incidents that aren't relevant to my line(s). Since you know which lines are linked to my account, it'd be great if I could...
Response from the site administrator
aaisp, 13.12.2010
We are working on better integration between services on clueless and the status page
rmc47, 15.10.2010, 10:37
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