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Openroach turbo master baiting too busy to install fiber by 7[_2_]
Openroach turbo master baiting too busy to install fiber -------------------------------------------------------- Openroach (BT - British Telecum) funded by Treasury, DCMS and Ofcum to the tune of a free lunch amounting 1.6 beeellion has announced they can no longer accept fiber orders. That is because as a phone Internet cumpany, just like cable Internet cumpany (VM), they don't know how to...
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October 10th 18 01:14 PM
by 7[_2_] Go to last post
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Citizens Advice: Millions overcharged for mobile contracts by Java Jive
"About four million people have been charged for mobile phones they already own, spending 500m extra on contracts, according to Citizens Advice. Three of Britain's biggest mobile networks, EE, Three and Vodafone, continue to charge for handsets even after the cost has been paid off."
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October 8th 18 03:40 PM
by bert Go to last post
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Britain now values gbit Internet more than HS2, roads, rail, etc. by 7[_2_]
Britain now values gbit Internet more than HS2, roads, rail, etc. ----------------------------------------------------------------- However staff at DCMS, OFFcum, Treasury etc don't value Britain. They plan to sell UK down the river by marching into work every day wearing shirts and ties and shiite on UK priorities by fabricating their own fake priorities and roll out symmetric gbit fiber in...
October 7th 18 10:23 PM
by 7[_2_] Go to last post
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Openreach outage by Bill Ward
Is there any way to find out when one has a problem in their area ? Our fibre broadband (in BN21) was down from about 5am to around 10pm on Wednesday.I had gone through all the usual checks before contacting my ISP at 5.30pm who went through them again. He then contacted his supervisor who told him of the outage and said that most users were back on line at 5pm but that there were still some...
September 30th 18 10:47 AM
by Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd Go to last post
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TalkTalk modems by Woody
Could anyone answer simple question please? An elderly neighbour has had her TT router replaced. She had a Huawei HG633 which has been replaced with a HG635, but both exhibit the same problem - or at least perceived problem. Power up and it goes through all its set up, flashing lights etc and eventually stabilises with four steady greens. However after about a half hour the Internet light...
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September 26th 18 11:25 PM
by Old Codger[_3_] Go to last post
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Eclipse email with Outlook 365 by Graham J[_2_]
Trying to help a friend with his Eclipse internet connection and email. Eclipse is now Kcom - see: https://business.kcom.com/contact-us/ His internet connection works OK. About 4 weeks ago one of his email accounts stopped working. Finally he contacted me and I find that the problem is with the SMTP settings. Information from technical support at Eclispse says the settings should be:
September 22nd 18 01:32 PM
by Graham J[_2_] Go to last post
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"Mesh" wifi systems by Tim+[_2_]
Anyone tried the BT system? https://m.shop.bt.com/learnmore/bt-branded-products-and-services/b t-whole-home-wi-fi/ Quite a lot of money but we have to have another access point in our house to get coverage which works, but is a bit of a pain as devices frequently hang on to the "wrong" hotspot and have to be manually switched to the strongest signal.
September 12th 18 01:46 AM
by Chronos[_2_] Go to last post
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Hyperopricks of this world admit no symmetric gbit Fiber for Londoners by 7[_2_]
Hyperopricks of this world admit no symmetric gbit Fiber for Londoners ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Its about as bad as it gets. The Hyperopricks of this world let slip that the are only doing tower blocks whilst pretending to install fiber Internet for the masses which they are NOT going to install. No one will install fiber for the masses.
September 7th 18 02:03 PM
by R. Mark Clayton[_2_] Go to last post
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Wahahahanking with copper G.Fast cut back to G.Slow by 7[_2_]
Wahahahanking with copper G.Fast cut back to G.Slow --------------------------------------------------- G.Fast, the ultra-expensive G.Slow copper sold as fake fiber is to be cut back. No one wants it. Copper master bation nation is finally being shut down by customers and small amount of fiber competition
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September 3rd 18 11:30 AM
by R. Mark Clayton[_2_] Go to last post
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Intermittent "destination address unreachable" when pining router by NY
What router fault could cause wireless devices (laptop, phone) intermittently to lose contact with the router (can't even ping the gateway address - destination address unreachable), even though the laptop believes that it is still connected when you click on the wireless icon in the system tray. The wireless icon says "no internet connection" but I don't think that means that the router has...
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August 28th 18 12:50 PM
by Graham J[_2_] Go to last post
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Newly upgraded from ADSL to FTTC/VDSL - fast sync but very slow speedtest.net speed by NY
My parents have recently upgraded from ADSL to FTTC/VDSL. Their new router is syncing at about 41/6 Mbps (D/U). However speedtest.net is giving speeds of about 4/2 Mbps (D/U). Is there something that the ISP (Plusnet) needs to do on a newly-upgraded line to remove some throttling? As of yesterday evening, my parents hadn't had the official "you are upgraded" notification from the ISP so it's...
August 27th 18 12:53 AM
by 7[_2_] Go to last post
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New entrant to FTTP market by R. Mark Clayton[_2_]
See: - https://www.thinkbroadband.com/news/8147-new-full-fibre-operators-aims-for-35-of-new-build-homes-by-2020 Note the remarks about possible VOIP lock in towards the end.
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August 24th 18 12:06 AM
by Stephen Go to last post
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Sky routers by DrTeeth
Hi, My neighbour has a Sky service. For some reason it looks like he has two routers/Wi-Fi access points judging by what I see when I use a program to show the channels on 2.4/5 GHz. Why is this? I do not have any problems with it, just curious. -- Cheers, DrT
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August 22nd 18 12:27 PM
by DrTeeth Go to last post
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BT Openreach predicting "In Scope" for FTTP (premises, not cabinet) by NY
If the BT Openreach fibre site https://www.homeandbusiness.openreach.co.uk/fibre-broadband/when-can-i-get-fibre for a given address reports a status of "Your area is currently in our plans to be upgraded with Fibre to the Premises (FTTP)", does that mean that *only* FTTP (to the premises) will be available, or will FTTC/VDSL also be available at a cheaper price?
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August 21st 18 01:36 AM
by 7[_2_] Go to last post
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Plusnet call protect seems to help by Clive Page
Just to give credit to Plusnet for once (or more probably their BT parent): I changed my Plusnet contract recently and added the Plusnet free services of call protect and also caller display. Based on a couple of weeks's experience, call protect (1572) does seem to get rid of most junk calls. We had none for two weeks then two yesterday (and just afterwards some Jehovah's Witnesses called at...
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August 9th 18 09:47 PM
by Woody Go to last post
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Adding an external aerial to a mifi unit by Tim+[_2_]
I have a Huawei (how the f*ck do you pronounce that?) 4G E5776 MiFi unit that I might be lending out to someone in a poor reception area. It has a tiny socket presumably for an aerial. Are there any gotcha's to choosing a suitable aerial? Any recommendations? Tim
August 7th 18 09:59 PM
by bert Go to last post
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Hyperoptic - joke offer by R. Mark Clayton[_2_]
I was browsing something to do with Liverpool Lime Street station, when surprisingly an ad' for Hyperoptic appeared in the middle of the page. Normally I would have disregarded it, but given their infant pet troll posts on this group and it said fibre broadband for 19 per month I decided to click on it, which soon gets you to he - https://www.hyperoptic.com/price-plans/?broadbandonly it...
August 6th 18 01:15 PM
by R. Mark Clayton[_2_] Go to last post
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IoD wants copper switch off date - DCMS fiber engineers offer to take them off the Internet by 7[_2_]
IoD wants copper switch off date - DCMS fiber engineers offer to take them off the Internet ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The IoD sharply interated that they want a firm copper switch off date to force phone Internet companies and cable Internet companies to remove their shiite copper off the streets and make way for fiber. The DCMS...
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August 4th 18 07:48 PM
by R. Mark Clayton[_2_] Go to last post
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Point to point wireless by Theo[_2_]
If I want to make a wireless link of about 500m through a typical residential environment, but which can't do line of sight, is there anything I could do? The land is flat, but LOS goes obliquely through about 6 houses so seems like a non-starter. There's nowhere suitable to install a reflector - it might just be possible to get reflections off existing objects, but it'll be two or three deep...
August 1st 18 01:19 PM
by AnthonyL Go to last post
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BT crowing about 5G and FTTP by R. Mark Clayton[_2_]
July 31st 18 01:33 AM
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