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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 28889 15-Dec-2008 12:19 Send private message

Perhaps I'm thinking of something else, but when Sky Online first came out, didn't Sky make an agreement with TelstraClear so that Sky Online users wouldn't get charged for the bandwidth used by Sky Online?

If that's that case, why are TelstraClear customers going to get pinged for using it?? Doesn't make any sense...

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  Reply # 186514 29-Dec-2008 14:49 Send private message

Yeah same annoyance here. I was all keen until then. They said that it was because it is downloaded not streamed well sorry but apart from the end result thats the same traffic. 

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