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Virgin Media - in trouble again



 
 
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Old February 21st 08, 09:34 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Gonz
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Default Virgin Media - in trouble again

Why is Virgin Media asking customers for their passwords?
Because either it is stupid, or thinks its customers are.

All they need now is someone to say that fibre optic is killin the
planet, and that'll be it.
They've had nothing but bad luck since NTL started runnin the place.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...nmedia.privacy

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Old February 21st 08, 09:55 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
MeGgAhUrTz
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"Gonz" T o p @ S e c r e t . c o m wrote in message
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Why is Virgin Media asking customers for their passwords?
Because either it is stupid, or thinks its customers are.

All they need now is someone to say that fibre optic is killin the planet,
and that'll be it.
They've had nothing but bad luck since NTL started runnin the place.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...nmedia.privacy


PMSL, P!ss up and Brewery spring to mind with this company.
Then again, just confirmed all along what i`ve thought about this Shower of
sh!t..

I`m sure the employee`s (Mark, Alex and Fuggly) will be along soon to smooth
things over ;0)

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Old February 21st 08, 04:16 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Gonz
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Default Virgin Media - in trouble again


"MeGgAhUrTz" wrote in message
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"Gonz" T o p @ S e c r e t . c o m wrote in message
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Why is Virgin Media asking customers for their passwords?
Because either it is stupid, or thinks its customers are.

All they need now is someone to say that fibre optic is killin the
planet, and that'll be it.
They've had nothing but bad luck since NTL started runnin the place.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...nmedia.privacy


PMSL, P!ss up and Brewery spring to mind with this company.
Then again, just confirmed all along what i`ve thought about this
Shower of sh!t..

I`m sure the employee`s (Mark, Alex and Fuggly) will be along soon to
smooth things over ;0)


I think they're lying low for a while.
Don't blame them.

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Old February 22nd 08, 10:57 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Carl Waring
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Default Virgin Media - in trouble again

MeGgAhUrTz wrote:
"Gonz" T o p @ S e c r e t . c o m wrote in message
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Why is Virgin Media asking customers for their passwords?
Because either it is stupid, or thinks its customers are.

All they need now is someone to say that fibre optic is killin the
planet, and that'll be it.
They've had nothing but bad luck since NTL started runnin the place.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...nmedia.privacy


PMSL, P!ss up and Brewery spring to mind with this company.
Then again, just confirmed all along what i`ve thought about this
Shower of sh!t..

I`m sure the employee`s (Mark, Alex and Fuggly) will be along soon to
smooth things over ;0)


Well, neither Alex nor Fergal work for that side of the company so I'm not
sure they'd be able to comment without looking into things or otherwise
asking around.

Personally, I would agree this is not really very good at all.

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