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Plusnet; an example maybe, but a change to service levels is needed?
"Tx2" wrote in message
When you buy a faulty product in the High St, you generally are
protected by consumer law.
You were whinging on about NTL a few month`s ago and IIRC you always seem to
be moaning about something or other..
Maybe a Consumer Hard to please?
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