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Does this really work ?



 
 
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Old February 20th 04, 08:51 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Dave
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Default Does this really work ?

Got this email earlier, a scam or does it really make any difference ? :-

Are you getting the most out of your Internet Connection?

If you're using a DSL, Cable, Satellite or T1 connection you're NOT getting
the most speed out of your connection.

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Speed up your current DSL, Cable, Satellite or T1 InternetConnection Speed
within minutes.

If you are paying for a 1.5mb DSL this program will not give you a 2.0mb
DSL. What the program does is allow you to use ALL of the bandwidth that
your connection provides by adjusting Windows itself.

The same applies to Cable, Satellite or T1 connections.

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Broadband Booster Test Results

These speed tests were taken using a 1.5 mb dsl line*. Tests were taken
within 5 minutes of each other:

Windows 98
Windows Default Settings: 518k Down per second

Broadband Internet Booster Settings for 1.5mb: 1438k Down per second.
That's 2.77 Times faster.


Windows 2000/XP
Windows Default Settings: 273k Down per second

Broadband Internet Booster Settings for 1.5mb: 1333k Down per second
That's 4.88 Times faster.


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Old February 20th 04, 09:11 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Malcolm Loades
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Default Does this really work ?

In message , Dave writes
Got this email earlier, a scam or does it really make any difference ? :-

Would any sane person buy anything from a company whose only published
address on their website was a yahoo.com address? Thanks for giving me
a chuckle.
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Old February 20th 04, 09:30 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Notty Pine
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Default Does this really work ?


"Malcolm Loades" wrote in message
...
In message , Dave

writes
Got this email earlier, a scam or does it really make any

difference ? :-

Would any sane person buy anything from a company whose only

published
address on their website was a yahoo.com address? Thanks for giving

me
a chuckle.


Would any sane person buy anything from a spammer?
Is there any wonder that the spam keeps flooding in.


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Old February 27th 04, 06:02 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Tim Clark
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Default Does this really work ?

In article ,
"Notty Pine" writes:



"Malcolm Loades" wrote in message
...
In message , Dave

writes
Got this email earlier, a scam or does it really make any

difference ? :-

Would any sane person buy anything from a company whose only

published
address on their website was a yahoo.com address? Thanks for giving

me
a chuckle.


Would any sane person buy anything from a spammer?
Is there any wonder that the spam keeps flooding in.


Indeed. I believe the last recorded instance of something being
advertised by spam, which wasn't actually a con trick, was sent in July
2001. It was apparently sent by mistake.

--
Tim Clark

 




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