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Old September 29th 11, 12:03 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Joe Gold
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Default Best ISP & TV providers

Best ISP & TV providers :
1- Sky TV is pretty cool but for Internet it sucks as Sky has to suck
and lick BT balls and begg on their knees for telephone & broadband
connection for their customers :-(( so depending on BT's bully mood &
mode they may hook up Sky customers or may not.
2- Virgin media is pretty cool for TV and internet, but on occasions
sky may cutoff service to Virgin media :-((:-((
3- All other via cable or wire internet providers have to lick BT or
VIRGIN media BALLS to use their cables to provide service; such as
TALK TALK, Bulldog and others.
4- BT is the most expensive Internet service provider in the world,
but again depends on BT mode & bugger mood who they will like to ****
and by whom they will like to get ****ED. :-(( :-))

5- But if you like to go all mobile phone than sky is the limit as
there are dozens of wireless internet providers and so they are
slashing prices every minute to get and keep as many customers they
can. So BT is obsolete and left redundant with their monopoly to
bully and saber-rattle for providing signal transmissions via wire or
cable :-))
  #2  
Old September 29th 11, 01:26 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
George Weston
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Default Best ISP & TV providers

On 29/09/2011 12:03, Joe Gold wrote:
Best ISP& TV providers :
1- Sky TV is pretty cool but for Internet it sucks as Sky has to suck
and lick BT balls and begg on their knees for telephone& broadband
connection for their customers :-(( so depending on BT's bully mood&
mode they may hook up Sky customers or may not.
2- Virgin media is pretty cool for TV and internet, but on occasions
sky may cutoff service to Virgin media :-((:-((
3- All other via cable or wire internet providers have to lick BT or
VIRGIN media BALLS to use their cables to provide service; such as
TALK TALK, Bulldog and others.
4- BT is the most expensive Internet service provider in the world,
but again depends on BT mode& bugger mood who they will like to ****
and by whom they will like to get ****ED. :-(( :-))

5- But if you like to go all mobile phone than sky is the limit as
there are dozens of wireless internet providers and so they are
slashing prices every minute to get and keep as many customers they
can. So BT is obsolete and left redundant with their monopoly to
bully and saber-rattle for providing signal transmissions via wire or
cable :-))


What a well-thought out, reasonable, erudite post!
Not


  #3  
Old September 29th 11, 02:33 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Mark
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Default Best ISP & TV providers

On Thu, 29 Sep 2011 13:26:46 +0100, George Weston
wrote:

On 29/09/2011 12:03, Joe Gold wrote:
Best ISP& TV providers :
1- Sky TV is pretty cool but for Internet it sucks as Sky has to suck
and lick BT balls and begg on their knees for telephone& broadband
connection for their customers :-(( so depending on BT's bully mood&
mode they may hook up Sky customers or may not.
2- Virgin media is pretty cool for TV and internet, but on occasions
sky may cutoff service to Virgin media :-((:-((
3- All other via cable or wire internet providers have to lick BT or
VIRGIN media BALLS to use their cables to provide service; such as
TALK TALK, Bulldog and others.
4- BT is the most expensive Internet service provider in the world,
but again depends on BT mode& bugger mood who they will like to ****
and by whom they will like to get ****ED. :-(( :-))

5- But if you like to go all mobile phone than sky is the limit as
there are dozens of wireless internet providers and so they are
slashing prices every minute to get and keep as many customers they
can. So BT is obsolete and left redundant with their monopoly to
bully and saber-rattle for providing signal transmissions via wire or
cable :-))


What a well-thought out, reasonable, erudite post!
Not


1/2 day at school?
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Old September 29th 11, 04:10 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
The Natural Philosopher
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Default Best ISP & TV providers

George Weston wrote:
On 29/09/2011 12:03, Joe Gold wrote:
Best ISP& TV providers :
1- Sky TV is pretty cool but for Internet it sucks as Sky has to suck
and lick BT balls and begg on their knees for telephone& broadband
connection for their customers :-(( so depending on BT's bully mood&
mode they may hook up Sky customers or may not.
2- Virgin media is pretty cool for TV and internet, but on occasions
sky may cutoff service to Virgin media :-((:-((
3- All other via cable or wire internet providers have to lick BT or
VIRGIN media BALLS to use their cables to provide service; such as
TALK TALK, Bulldog and others.
4- BT is the most expensive Internet service provider in the world,
but again depends on BT mode& bugger mood who they will like to ****
and by whom they will like to get ****ED. :-(( :-))

5- But if you like to go all mobile phone than sky is the limit as
there are dozens of wireless internet providers and so they are
slashing prices every minute to get and keep as many customers they
can. So BT is obsolete and left redundant with their monopoly to
bully and saber-rattle for providing signal transmissions via wire or
cable :-))


What a well-thought out, reasonable, erudite post!
Not


Indeed. Where is this wonderful mobile phone access going to come from?

You don't have to lick BT's balls to get a line and a dslam rental.

BT is not a single organisation. BT retail and BT business are very
separate from BT wholesale and BT openreach, who sell the openreach
product line to ISP's.
  #5  
Old September 29th 11, 04:16 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
PeterC
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Default Best ISP & TV providers

On Thu, 29 Sep 2011 16:10:16 +0100, The Natural Philosopher wrote:

What a well-thought out, reasonable, erudite post!
Not

Indeed. Where is this wonderful mobile phone access going to come from?

You don't have to lick BT's balls to get a line and a dslam rental.

BT is not a single organisation. BT retail and BT business are very
separate from BT wholesale and BT openreach, who sell the openreach
product line to ISP's.


Pearls before swine, TNP (with apologies to our porcine friends).
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The gods will stay away
whilst religions hold sway
  #6  
Old September 29th 11, 10:17 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Graham.
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Default Best ISP & TV providers


"The Natural Philosopher" wrote in message ...
George Weston wrote:
On 29/09/2011 12:03, Joe Gold wrote:
Best ISP& TV providers :
1- Sky TV is pretty cool but for Internet it sucks as Sky has to suck
and lick BT balls and begg on their knees for telephone& broadband
connection for their customers :-(( so depending on BT's bully mood&
mode they may hook up Sky customers or may not.
2- Virgin media is pretty cool for TV and internet, but on occasions
sky may cutoff service to Virgin media :-((:-((
3- All other via cable or wire internet providers have to lick BT or
VIRGIN media BALLS to use their cables to provide service; such as
TALK TALK, Bulldog and others.
4- BT is the most expensive Internet service provider in the world,
but again depends on BT mode& bugger mood who they will like to ****
and by whom they will like to get ****ED. :-(( :-))

5- But if you like to go all mobile phone than sky is the limit as
there are dozens of wireless internet providers and so they are
slashing prices every minute to get and keep as many customers they
can. So BT is obsolete and left redundant with their monopoly to
bully and saber-rattle for providing signal transmissions via wire or
cable :-))


What a well-thought out, reasonable, erudite post!
Not


Indeed. Where is this wonderful mobile phone access going to come from?


O2fonica according to his IP address.



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%Profound_observation%


  #7  
Old October 6th 11, 08:26 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
kraftee
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Posts: 1,069
Default Best ISP & TV providers


"The Natural Philosopher" wrote in message
...
George Weston wrote:
On 29/09/2011 12:03, Joe Gold wrote:
Best ISP& TV providers :
1- Sky TV is pretty cool but for Internet it sucks as Sky has to suck
and lick BT balls and begg on their knees for telephone& broadband
connection for their customers :-(( so depending on BT's bully mood&
mode they may hook up Sky customers or may not.
2- Virgin media is pretty cool for TV and internet, but on occasions
sky may cutoff service to Virgin media :-((:-((
3- All other via cable or wire internet providers have to lick BT or
VIRGIN media BALLS to use their cables to provide service; such as
TALK TALK, Bulldog and others.
4- BT is the most expensive Internet service provider in the world,
but again depends on BT mode& bugger mood who they will like to ****
and by whom they will like to get ****ED. :-(( :-))

5- But if you like to go all mobile phone than sky is the limit as
there are dozens of wireless internet providers and so they are
slashing prices every minute to get and keep as many customers they
can. So BT is obsolete and left redundant with their monopoly to
bully and saber-rattle for providing signal transmissions via wire or
cable :-))


What a well-thought out, reasonable, erudite post!
Not


Indeed. Where is this wonderful mobile phone access going to come from?

You don't have to lick BT's balls to get a line and a dslam rental.

BT is not a single organisation. BT retail and BT business are very
separate from BT wholesale and BT openreach, who sell the openreach
product line to ISP's.


One little note, it's not BT Openreach, it's Openreach, something to do with
compliance. At one time an engineer would get into trouble if they
introduced themselves as BT Openreach, nowadays it's used so often that
they'd have to discipline most of the field staff and some of the office
staff as well so it has been relaxed, but officially its just Openreach (A
BT group business).

Sorry to nit pick.

  #8  
Old October 6th 11, 10:10 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
The Natural Philosopher
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Default Best ISP & TV providers

kraftee wrote:

"The Natural Philosopher" wrote in message
...
George Weston wrote:
On 29/09/2011 12:03, Joe Gold wrote:
Best ISP& TV providers :
1- Sky TV is pretty cool but for Internet it sucks as Sky has to suck
and lick BT balls and begg on their knees for telephone& broadband
connection for their customers :-(( so depending on BT's bully mood&
mode they may hook up Sky customers or may not.
2- Virgin media is pretty cool for TV and internet, but on occasions
sky may cutoff service to Virgin media :-((:-((
3- All other via cable or wire internet providers have to lick BT or
VIRGIN media BALLS to use their cables to provide service; such as
TALK TALK, Bulldog and others.
4- BT is the most expensive Internet service provider in the world,
but again depends on BT mode& bugger mood who they will like to ****
and by whom they will like to get ****ED. :-(( :-))

5- But if you like to go all mobile phone than sky is the limit as
there are dozens of wireless internet providers and so they are
slashing prices every minute to get and keep as many customers they
can. So BT is obsolete and left redundant with their monopoly to
bully and saber-rattle for providing signal transmissions via wire or
cable :-))

What a well-thought out, reasonable, erudite post!
Not


Indeed. Where is this wonderful mobile phone access going to come from?

You don't have to lick BT's balls to get a line and a dslam rental.

BT is not a single organisation. BT retail and BT business are very
separate from BT wholesale and BT openreach, who sell the openreach
product line to ISP's.


One little note, it's not BT Openreach, it's Openreach, something to do
with compliance. At one time an engineer would get into trouble if they
introduced themselves as BT Openreach, nowadays it's used so often that
they'd have to discipline most of the field staff and some of the office
staff as well so it has been relaxed, but officially its just Openreach
(A BT group business).

Sorry to nit pick.

BT openreach is what is on the vans
  #9  
Old October 7th 11, 08:12 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Andy Burns
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Default Best ISP & TV providers

The Natural Philosopher wrote:

kraftee wrote:

One little note, it's not BT Openreach
but officially its
just Openreach (A BT group business).


BT openreach is what is on the vans


I suggest you look with your eyes, the "BT" is never in front of the
"Openreach" ...

http://google.co.uk/search?tbm=isch&q="openreach van"

  #10  
Old October 7th 11, 09:15 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Mark
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Posts: 525
Default Best ISP & TV providers

On Fri, 07 Oct 2011 08:12:06 +0100, Andy Burns
wrote:

The Natural Philosopher wrote:

kraftee wrote:

One little note, it's not BT Openreach
but officially its
just Openreach (A BT group business).


BT openreach is what is on the vans


I suggest you look with your eyes, the "BT" is never in front of the
"Openreach" ...

http://google.co.uk/search?tbm=isch&q="openreach van"


"BT" is shown (twice) on the vans!
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