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Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee



 
 
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Old January 20th 15, 08:18 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
7
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Default Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee

Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
-----------------------------------------------

Installing it as we speak.

So why the *FSCK* does Bhtee drag its *FCKING* heels
when it comes to installing it for everyone?

And why the *FSCK* does OFFCOM sit on its ass
about this issue?

Why don't they ALL just fsck off and die and make
the world a better place by allowing any competent
providers to supply fiber to the building
as and when needed without any regulatory obligations?

Until everyone has fiber in their home with minimum
100mbit up/download speed and possibly 1Gbit if
the provider can help it.

The world doesn't care if you can't connect
and participate citing buffering issues.

More business for them.

And they switch to doing business with those
that don't have buffering issues.

Doh!!!

  #2  
Old January 20th 15, 09:35 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
zaax
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Default Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee

7 wrote:
Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
-----------------------------------------------

Installing it as we speak.

So why the *FSCK* does Bhtee drag its *FCKING* heels
when it comes to installing it for everyone?

And why the *FSCK* does OFFCOM sit on its ass
about this issue?

Why don't they ALL just fsck off and die and make
the world a better place by allowing any competent
providers to supply fiber to the building
as and when needed without any regulatory obligations?

Until everyone has fiber in their home with minimum
100mbit up/download speed and possibly 1Gbit if
the provider can help it.

The world doesn't care if you can't connect
and participate citing buffering issues.

More business for them.

And they switch to doing business with those
that don't have buffering issues.

Doh!!!

The MD needs the money for his house in the Seychelles

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Old January 20th 15, 09:45 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
7
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Default Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee

zaax wrote:

7 wrote:
Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
-----------------------------------------------

Installing it as we speak.

So why the *FSCK* does Bhtee drag its *FCKING* heels
when it comes to installing it for everyone?

And why the *FSCK* does OFFCOM sit on its ass
about this issue?

Why don't they ALL just fsck off and die and make
the world a better place by allowing any competent
providers to supply fiber to the building
as and when needed without any regulatory obligations?

Until everyone has fiber in their home with minimum
100mbit up/download speed and possibly 1Gbit if
the provider can help it.

The world doesn't care if you can't connect
and participate citing buffering issues.

More business for them.

And they switch to doing business with those
that don't have buffering issues.

Doh!!!

The MD needs the money for his house in the Seychelles


Wonderful place to keep money - Seychelles - all the
Russian Mafia holiday homes are built right along
the sea side


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Old January 20th 15, 09:50 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Bob Eager[_2_]
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Default Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee

On Tue, 20 Jan 2015 21:35:04 +0000, zaax wrote:

7 wrote:
Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
-----------------------------------------------

Installing it as we speak.

So why the *FSCK* does Bhtee drag its *FCKING* heels when it comes to
installing it for everyone?

And why the *FSCK* does OFFCOM sit on its ass about this issue?

Why don't they ALL just fsck off and die and make the world a better
place by allowing any competent providers to supply fiber to the
building as and when needed without any regulatory obligations?

Until everyone has fiber in their home with minimum 100mbit up/download
speed and possibly 1Gbit if the provider can help it.

The world doesn't care if you can't connect and participate citing
buffering issues.

More business for them.

And they switch to doing business with those that don't have buffering
issues.

Doh!!!

The MD needs the money for his house in the Seychelles


Ignore this '7' character. He must be on a school exclusion right now.

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Old January 20th 15, 09:52 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Paul Herber
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Default Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee

On Tue, 20 Jan 2015 21:45:05 +0000, 7
[email protected] .com wrote:

zaax wrote:

7 wrote:
Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
-----------------------------------------------

Installing it as we speak.

So why the *FSCK* does Bhtee drag its *FCKING* heels
when it comes to installing it for everyone?

And why the *FSCK* does OFFCOM sit on its ass
about this issue?

Why don't they ALL just fsck off and die and make
the world a better place by allowing any competent
providers to supply fiber to the building
as and when needed without any regulatory obligations?

Until everyone has fiber in their home with minimum
100mbit up/download speed and possibly 1Gbit if
the provider can help it.

The world doesn't care if you can't connect
and participate citing buffering issues.

More business for them.

And they switch to doing business with those
that don't have buffering issues.

Doh!!!

The MD needs the money for his house in the Seychelles


Wonderful place to keep money - Seychelles - all the
Russian Mafia holiday homes are built right along
the sea side



There's never a tsunami around when you want one



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Old January 20th 15, 10:02 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
7
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Default Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee

Bob Eager wrote:


Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
-----------------------------------------------

Installing it as we speak.

So why the *FSCK* does Bhtee drag its *FCKING* heels when it comes to
installing it for everyone?

And why the *FSCK* does OFFCOM sit on its ass about this issue?

Why don't they ALL just fsck off and die and make the world a better
place by allowing any competent providers to supply fiber to the
building as and when needed without any regulatory obligations?

Until everyone has fiber in their home with minimum 100mbit up/download
speed and possibly 1Gbit if the provider can help it.

The world doesn't care if you can't connect and participate citing
buffering issues.

More business for them.

And they switch to doing business with those that don't have buffering
issues.

Doh!!!

The MD needs the money for his house in the Seychelles


Ignore this '7' character. He must be on a school exclusion right now.


Snaaappp!!

Read the original post troll and weep if you must
after first having followed your own advise!!

Ahahahaha..

So tell me again why does Bhtee employ a internet trolling
woman like you Bob, and your myriads of socks that agree
with your sock posts?




Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
-----------------------------------------------

Installing it as we speak.

So why the FSCK does Bhtee drag its FCKING heels
when it comes to installing it for everyone?

And why the FSCK does OFFCOM sit on its ass
about this issue?

Why don't they ALL just fsck off and die and make
the world a better place by allowing any competent
providers to supply fiber to the building
as and when needed without any regulatory obligations?

Until everyone has fiber in their home with minimum
100mbit up/download speed and possibly 1Gbit if
the provider can help it.

The world doesn't care if you can't connect
and participate citing buffering issues.

More business for them.

And they switch to doing business with those
that don't have buffering issues.

Doh!!!

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Old January 21st 15, 06:08 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
MB[_2_]
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Default Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee

On 20/01/2015 20:18, 7 wrote:
Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
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I am sure they would install it to your home tomorrow if you paid them.

Why are you not asking why the various other telecom and Internet
providers are not providing fibre to the home?
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Old January 21st 15, 06:59 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Rodney Pont
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Default Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee

On Wed, 21 Jan 2015 18:08:26 +0000, MB wrote:

On 20/01/2015 20:18, 7 wrote:
Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
-----------------------------------------------



I am sure they would install it to your home tomorrow if you paid them.

Why are you not asking why the various other telecom and Internet
providers are not providing fibre to the home?


They are doing, and have been doing so for years, eg;

http://aa.nu/ethernet.html

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Old January 21st 15, 09:48 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee

MB wrote:

Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
-----------------------------------------------



I am sure they would install it to your home tomorrow if you paid them.

Why are you not asking why the various other telecom and Internet
providers are not providing fibre to the home?


Which is great for international competitors laughing their heads off
at the ridiculous expense you incurred to sit at their table
even before you made any money.

And gets even more funny when your dish out your quotes trying
to massage in those expensive telecom bills into the quotation,
and still manage to loose those contracts at great expense.

Ho hum. More business for international competitors.



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Old January 21st 15, 09:55 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee

Rodney Pont wrote:

On Wed, 21 Jan 2015 18:08:26 +0000, MB wrote:

On 20/01/2015 20:18, 7 wrote:
Fiber to building is available in UK from Bhtee
-----------------------------------------------



I am sure they would install it to your home tomorrow if you paid them.

Why are you not asking why the various other telecom and Internet
providers are not providing fibre to the home?


They are doing, and have been doing so for years, eg;

http://aa.nu/ethernet.html


Everything ok until you notice two zeros are added to the prices
compared to all the countries running with domestic fiber
to the building.

So the question still remains.
How the *fsck* can Bhtee and its engineers turn up and
install fiber to a building at the drop of a hat,
and still managed to not offer
the same services to regular domestic customers?

Its best if the fiber provisioning market is deregulated.

Allow local councils to set up their own fiber to the house
infrastructure at great profit to them for next 20 years
lets ssay. All the profits go back
to the local councils as customers race to fit the
1Gbit fiber to their houses for a fee of less 100 quid a month.


 




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