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BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors



 
 
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Old December 20th 17, 02:08 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance
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BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors
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Japan has 97% full fibre.

UK has 3% full fibre with symmetric 1 gbit - about 800,000 homes.

A lot of it is rural. Something BT and Openroach
don't know how to cable up with fibre.
All of this fibre installed by other companies like B4RN
which is run by farmers wifey.

Symmetric 1gbit Full fibre is 1/20th the cost to provision
than a 10mbit copper line because
it doesn't need brick lined tunnels, and only if you
follow modern practices of installing fibre directly
instead of blowing fibre.

None of which stands well for the thick shiites investing
in BT (British Telecum) that is blow jobbing
all fibre installs.

British Telecum investors are investing in copper
and seeking a return on investment based BT fsckies selling copper.

What a bunch of fscking *******.

British telecum writes to government along with
insiders like Offcum telling government to respect
British Telecum investment in copper and buy it
at 20x expense compared to brand new full fibre
installed at 1/20th the cost by fresh new companies
creating jobs and expanding at rapid pace.


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Old December 20th 17, 02:36 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance
Tony Dragon
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Default BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors

On 20/12/2017 13:08, 7 wrote:
BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors
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British telecum writes to government along with
insiders like Offcum telling government to respect
British Telecum investment in copper and buy it
at 20x expense compared to brand new full fibre
installed at 1/20th the cost by fresh new companies
creating jobs and expanding at rapid pace.



I don't see many of these 'fresh new companies', if what you say is
true then there should be hundreds of them popping up.

Even better why do you not compile an investment plan for a new company
and do it your self.

Do tell us how you are getting on.
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Old December 20th 17, 02:38 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance
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Default BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors

On 20/12/2017 13:36, Tony Dragon wrote:
On 20/12/2017 13:08, 7 wrote:
BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors
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snip


British telecum writes to government along with
insiders like Offcum telling government to respect
British Telecum investment in copper and buy it
at 20x expense compared to brand new full fibre
installed at 1/20th the cost by fresh new companies
creating jobs and expanding at rapid pace.



I don't see* many of these 'fresh new companies', if what you say is
true then there should be hundreds of them popping up.

Even better why do you not compile an investment plan for a new company
and do it your self.

Do tell us how you are getting on.


I suspect it would go the same way as his investment plan for the
'fractal nanobots' he claimed he was inventing.
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Old December 20th 17, 03:35 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance
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Default BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors

On 20/12/2017 14:18, 7 wrote:
Incubus wrote:


I suspect


Snow flakes are always suspicious.


Did you or did you not solicit investments for the following vapourware?

Holodecks
Stellar Drive Engine
Nanobots

Did you or did you not claim to have been awarded the European
Inventor Of The Year award despite the organisation who delegates that
award never having heard of you?

I'm sure you can understand my suspicion that the '7' fraud Joseph
Michael is a liar.
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Old December 20th 17, 06:44 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance
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Default BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors

On 20/12/2017 13:36, Tony Dragon wrote:
I don't see* many of these 'fresh new companies', if what you say is
true then there should be hundreds of them popping up.

Even better why do you not compile an investment plan for a new company
and do it your self.

Do tell us how you are getting on.




Certainly never see any of tese "fresh new companies" around here.
There were a few heavily subsidised wireless systems in rural areas but
I think they all disappeared as soon as the contract ended and it was
too expensive for local people to pay themselves.

There are few small local schemes though.




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Old December 20th 17, 08:08 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance
Tony Dragon
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Default BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors

On 20/12/2017 14:35, Incubus wrote:
On 20/12/2017 14:18, 7 wrote:
Incubus wrote:


I suspect


Snow flakes are always suspicious.


Did you or did you not solicit investments for the following vapourware?

Holodecks
Stellar Drive Engine
Nanobots

Did you or did you not claim to have been awarded the European
Inventor Of The Year award despite the organisation who delegates that
award never having heard of you?

I'm sure you can understand my suspicion that the '7' fraud Joseph
Michael is a liar.


And you must have noticed that he has not commented on my post.
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Old December 20th 17, 08:14 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance
Tony Dragon
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Default BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors

On 20/12/2017 13:58, 7 wrote:
Tony Dragon wrote:

BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors
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British telecum writes to government along with
insiders like Offcum telling government to respect
British Telecum investment in copper and buy it
at 20x expense compared to brand new full fibre
installed at 1/20th the cost by fresh new companies
creating jobs and expanding at rapid pace.



I don't see many of these 'fresh new companies'


Sound like you don't know anything about telecommunications market.


Think again.


You must read the original post troll and weep if you must:


snip
Still waiting for the names of all these 'fresh new companies'.

Still waiting for the reason that you are not setting up your own company.
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Old December 20th 17, 08:23 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
R. Mark Clayton[_2_]
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Default BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors

On Wednesday, 20 December 2017 13:36:08 UTC, Tony Dragon wrote:
On 20/12/2017 13:08, 7 wrote:
BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors
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snip


British telecum writes to government along with
insiders like Offcum telling government to respect
British Telecum investment in copper and buy it
at 20x expense compared to brand new full fibre
installed at 1/20th the cost by fresh new companies
creating jobs and expanding at rapid pace.



I don't see many of these 'fresh new companies', if what you say is
true then there should be hundreds of them popping up.

Even better why do you not compile an investment plan for a new company
and do it your self.

Do tell us how you are getting on.


Losing money hand over fist when I checked at Companies House (already posted in another thread).
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Old December 20th 17, 08:29 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
R. Mark Clayton[_2_]
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Default BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors

On Wednesday, 20 December 2017 13:08:03 UTC, 7 wrote:
BT (British Telecum) have the thickiest investors
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Really? BT shareholders get dividends.

What do Hyperoptic shareholders get? Negative shareholder value!
 




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