Forced Ads from my ISP irritating me

Forced ads from my ISP-You Broadband
Comments (8)
  1. Chetan says:

    I am having the same problem on both my browser (firefox & Chrome). Just like you, I thought it was a spyware or malware. U telecom thinks their customers are stupid & forcing banner ads on them.

    Another thing I noticed was streamride.net, I think YOU Telecom has partnered up with them. Instead of 404 page message, they are redirected to streamride or something.

    I will officially file a complaint with YOU Broadband. Let’s hope we get this resolved ASAP.

    Let me know if the problem is resolved at your end.

    Chetan Jariwala

    1. You can search for the You Broadband on the Facebook and leave your comment there, they will call you and resolve your complaint.My complaint has been resolved this way.

      You too can do this procedure,If still the problem is there,you can definitely file a complaint against them.

  2. Rashmi Naik says:

    Hell All,

    Thank you very much for your blog. It helps us to resolve the same issue in our office.

    We tried to run male ware, spyware and many others but never think it can be done by You Telecom people.
    Really annoying!!!

    Thanks again!!!

  3. You can add your comment on Facebook at Youbroadband fan page and they will immediately resolve your complaint instead of calling them.

  4. Chetan says:

    Problem is finally resolved. I launched a complaint to customer care. However, this is an alarm for all customers that ISP’s are also trying to take advantage of user activity on the net. You telecom engaging in backdoor activity like this is not acceptable at all. They might get away with it now, but if they continue doing sneaky things behind customers back then someone eventually will file a lawsuit against them.

  5. Saqib says:

    You are so true. I am also using YOU Broadband. I think this is their yet another tactic to make some money. This is really frustrating. YOU Broadband, are you listening ?

  6. Hanna says:

    Well, it’s a matter of using your broadband to make money.

  7. Rupanjan says:

    Thanks for the valuable note, I also thought that my computer is also infected and wasted my time to scaning and formatting at last i saw this article, an called my ISP “Alliance Broadband”, firstly they tried to make me understand that this ad will not effect my work, lastly when i disagreed to show it in my computer, then request me to mail them.. let see what will happen. anyway thanks a lot for the info….