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Java Jive Yesterday 02:02 PM
"Many customers who experience fixed broadband or landline loss will soon automatically receive compensation. The 8-per-day deal follows a new agreement between Openreach and five of the UK's internet service providers. It will apply only when the fault takes longer than two days to fix. If an engineer does not arrive on schedule, or cancels within 24 hours, the compensation will be 25....
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Java Jive Yesterday 12:46 PM
"A village street in Bamfurlong, Gloucestershire, has been named as the slowest for broadband internet, according to an annual survey. The study said homes on Greenmeadows Park averaged just 0.14 megabits per second (Mbps). The fastest spot, by contrast, is said to offer speeds that are nearly 1,900 times faster. It was named as Abdon Avenue in Birmingham, where the average speed was
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Tweed[_2_] December 9th 18 07:45 PM
If you live in an area with poor DSL speeds, and no access to Virgin cable, and you have a decent 4G signal from Three it might now be viable to use them for your domestic broadband. It seems Ofcom have stopped them from preventing you from putting phone tariff sims in mifi type devices...
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R. Mark Clayton[_2_] December 7th 18 01:37 PM
In court this week.
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Ken[_2_] December 6th 18 03:21 PM
I'm using a Siemens A580 IP for my VOIP calls. Using Discount Voip for my outgoing calls. It works OK but I can certainly tell an audio difference between that and say Voipfone, which is what I am using for incoming calls. I was just wondering what codec selection other folk were using for the various Betamax services. I'm on a 150 mbps FTTP connection.
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grinch December 3rd 18 11:21 PM
On 02/12/2018 13:50, R. Mark Clayton wrote: On Saturday, 1 December 2018 23:18:07 UTC, +++ATH0 wrote: On 2018-11-27 12:59, I wrote: Fiber engineers are like gold dust now. ITYM technicians. Monkeys pulling fibres through ducts are not engineers. It was ferrets, not monkeys, but these days they blow fibres usually.
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Java Jive November 26th 18 04:31 PM
Note the slovenly misdescription in the title and throughout the article, for 'WiFi' read 'landline'. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-46346172 "Speed tests in 80 countries revealed wi-fi was left lagging in 33 nations, according to wireless coverage mapping company OpenSignal. Mobile data should also get a further speed boost when 5G networks arrived, it said.
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Java Jive November 21st 18 10:39 AM
"RBS customer lost thousands of pounds in scam .... This is how the fraud on Charlotte was carried out: Bank records show the fraudster initially calls the bank, posing as Charlotte, and asks for her account to be reset for security reasons. Staff follow the bank's usual security protocol and call Charlotte's landline number, unaware the call has been diverted to a mobile phone
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