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How does a shiiite BT (British Telecum) engineer make a mobile callunderground?



 
 
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Old November 7th 18, 04:51 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance,uk.misc
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Default How does a shiiite BT (British Telecum) engineer make a mobile callunderground?

How does a shiiite BT (British Telecum) engineer make a mobile call
underground?
-------------------------------------------------------------------

Why he takes a plane to China, get into the underground, turns on
his roaming and make a call from China underground!!!!

Thats what it means to be shiiite BT engineer, or a shiiite Ofcum thick
shhit regulating the UK telecum market, or DCMS wahahahanking on
about UK connectivity, or shiiite Openroach engineer spanking
his krone tool instead of installing fiber.

Nothing new here I guess.

Other than UK is now 4000% more expensive per bit of Internet
than the developed world.

Why doesn't offcum deregulate immediately? Because offcum is
manned by ex BT staff with master bation fantasies of protecting
their bosses in BT whilst pretending to serve Offcum interests.

The history of mass Internet is not the history of phone companies,
wireless/mobile Internet companies, cable companies or media companies
despite their total and presently pointless dominance in the field along
with regulators that identify themselves as phone experts, culture
experts, media experts and sports experts.

The history of mass Internet begins with the availability of cheap
modems used to connect back to data centers where the routers were
available. It was a hard fought battle by Internet engineers to roll
them out initially because phone companies were totally uncooperative
about digital signals being sent over their phone lines instead of
embracing it as a revenue stream.

Then cable TV companies entered the scene with faster Internet because
their TV data bandwidth were faster any way inside a dedicated coax
cable and more reliable than a phone line connection, and extra
bandwidth beyond TV need was present in the cable. This allowed Internet
engineers to really push up the quality of the Internet that was
delivered. All of a sudden email, web pages and file servers were better
than snail mail and shopping. Huge transformational changes were taking
place with the use of cable delivered Internet by Internet engineers.
Then media companies entered the market putting in the investments
needed to roll out cable everywhere behind the Internet demand that
fueled it.

Then came wireless phone Internet which now make Internet available all
the time for personal use through a mobile phone connection made
possible by connecting wireless towers to fiber modems to handle the
enormous data bandwidth.

Then came fiber Internet. Fiber Internet for the masses which was better
than phone Internet, cable Internet and wireless phone Internet, and
since its introduction it has seen costs fall to 20x less than either
cable Internet or phone Internet while at the same time its speed has
pushed past terabits per second. So mass Internet wants to move from its
humble beginnings with telephone modems, then cable modems and now fiber
modems.

So the history of mass Internet begins with Internet of phone lines, and
then shifts to era of Internet of cable, and now we are moving into the
age of Internet of Fiber, some 50 countries behind world leaders in
Fiber Internet technologies. What this is going to do the City, London,
etc no one knows. Without good connectivity, their relevance would
easily become lost in a Digital World. For example, it is easier
to get connected in China, and stay connected while moving
through underground, rail networks, and streets. And its some 400%
cheaper. No need to take cards or cash - everything now paid for
by Fintech technologies which relies on mobile and 100% connectivity.


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Old November 7th 18, 06:41 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.politics.misc,uk.finance,uk.misc
Flyig u 218 + on netbook
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Default How does a shiiite BT (British Telecum) engineer make a mobile call underground?

7 wrote:
How does a shiiite BT (British Telecum) engineer make a mobile call
underground?
-------------------------------------------------------------------

Why he takes a plane to China, get into the underground, turns on
his roaming and make a call from China underground!!!!

Thats what it means to be shiiite BT engineer, or a shiiite Ofcum
thick shhit regulating the UK telecum market, or DCMS wahahahanking on
about UK connectivity, or shiiite Openroach engineer spanking
his krone tool instead of installing fiber.

Nothing new here I guess.

Other than UK is now 4000% more expensive per bit of Internet
than the developed world.

Why doesn't offcum deregulate immediately? Because offcum is
manned by ex BT staff with master bation fantasies of protecting
their bosses in BT whilst pretending to serve Offcum interests.

The history of mass Internet is not the history of phone companies,
wireless/mobile Internet companies, cable companies or media companies
despite their total and presently pointless dominance in the field
along with regulators that identify themselves as phone experts,
culture experts, media experts and sports experts.

The history of mass Internet begins with the availability of cheap
modems used to connect back to data centers where the routers were
available. It was a hard fought battle by Internet engineers to roll
them out initially because phone companies were totally uncooperative
about digital signals being sent over their phone lines instead of
embracing it as a revenue stream.

Then cable TV companies entered the scene with faster Internet because
their TV data bandwidth were faster any way inside a dedicated coax
cable and more reliable than a phone line connection, and extra
bandwidth beyond TV need was present in the cable. This allowed
Internet engineers to really push up the quality of the Internet that
was delivered. All of a sudden email, web pages and file servers were
better than snail mail and shopping. Huge transformational changes
were taking place with the use of cable delivered Internet by
Internet engineers. Then media companies entered the market putting
in the investments needed to roll out cable everywhere behind the
Internet demand that fueled it.

Then came wireless phone Internet which now make Internet available
all the time for personal use through a mobile phone connection made
possible by connecting wireless towers to fiber modems to handle the
enormous data bandwidth.

Then came fiber Internet. Fiber Internet for the masses which was
better than phone Internet, cable Internet and wireless phone
Internet, and since its introduction it has seen costs fall to 20x
less than either cable Internet or phone Internet while at the same
time its speed has pushed past terabits per second. So mass Internet
wants to move from its humble beginnings with telephone modems, then
cable modems and now fiber modems.

So the history of mass Internet begins with Internet of phone lines,
and then shifts to era of Internet of cable, and now we are moving
into the age of Internet of Fiber, some 50 countries behind world
leaders in Fiber Internet technologies. What this is going to do the
City, London, etc no one knows. Without good connectivity, their
relevance would easily become lost in a Digital World. For example,
it is easier to get connected in China, and stay connected while
moving
through underground, rail networks, and streets. And its some 400%
cheaper. No need to take cards or cash - everything now paid for
by Fintech technologies which relies on mobile and 100% connectivity.


Can't do that by wifi from the London Underground these days. It says
so on my EE tariff. And it would save on the air fare.
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Old November 8th 18, 02:26 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
R. Mark Clayton[_2_]
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Default How does a shiiite BT (British Telecum) engineer make a mobilecall underground?

On Wednesday, 7 November 2018 17:41:37 UTC, Flyiñg Ñuñ 218 + on netbook wrote:
7 wrote:
How does a shiiite BT (British Telecum) engineer make a mobile call
underground?
-------------------------------------------------------------------

Why he takes a plane to China, get into the underground, turns on
his roaming and make a call from China underground!!!!

Thats what it means to be shiiite BT engineer, or a shiiite Ofcum
thick shhit regulating the UK telecum market, or DCMS wahahahanking on
about UK connectivity, or shiiite Openroach engineer spanking
his krone tool instead of installing fiber.

Nothing new here I guess.

Other than UK is now 4000% more expensive per bit of Internet
than the developed world.

Why doesn't offcum deregulate immediately? Because offcum is
manned by ex BT staff with master bation fantasies of protecting
their bosses in BT whilst pretending to serve Offcum interests.

The history of mass Internet is not the history of phone companies,
wireless/mobile Internet companies, cable companies or media companies
despite their total and presently pointless dominance in the field
along with regulators that identify themselves as phone experts,
culture experts, media experts and sports experts.

The history of mass Internet begins with the availability of cheap
modems used to connect back to data centers where the routers were
available. It was a hard fought battle by Internet engineers to roll
them out initially because phone companies were totally uncooperative
about digital signals being sent over their phone lines instead of
embracing it as a revenue stream.

Then cable TV companies entered the scene with faster Internet because
their TV data bandwidth were faster any way inside a dedicated coax
cable and more reliable than a phone line connection, and extra
bandwidth beyond TV need was present in the cable. This allowed
Internet engineers to really push up the quality of the Internet that
was delivered. All of a sudden email, web pages and file servers were
better than snail mail and shopping. Huge transformational changes
were taking place with the use of cable delivered Internet by
Internet engineers. Then media companies entered the market putting
in the investments needed to roll out cable everywhere behind the
Internet demand that fueled it.

Then came wireless phone Internet which now make Internet available
all the time for personal use through a mobile phone connection made
possible by connecting wireless towers to fiber modems to handle the
enormous data bandwidth.

Then came fiber Internet. Fiber Internet for the masses which was
better than phone Internet, cable Internet and wireless phone
Internet, and since its introduction it has seen costs fall to 20x
less than either cable Internet or phone Internet while at the same
time its speed has pushed past terabits per second. So mass Internet
wants to move from its humble beginnings with telephone modems, then
cable modems and now fiber modems.

So the history of mass Internet begins with Internet of phone lines,
and then shifts to era of Internet of cable, and now we are moving
into the age of Internet of Fiber, some 50 countries behind world
leaders in Fiber Internet technologies. What this is going to do the
City, London, etc no one knows. Without good connectivity, their
relevance would easily become lost in a Digital World. For example,
it is easier to get connected in China, and stay connected while
moving
through underground, rail networks, and streets. And its some 400%
cheaper. No need to take cards or cash - everything now paid for
by Fintech technologies which relies on mobile and 100% connectivity.


Can't do that by wifi from the London Underground these days. It says
so on my EE tariff. And it would save on the air fare.


Ant EE is part of BT now...

--
Heard messages are sweet but those Unheard are sweeter
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