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# 42231 1-Oct-2009 03:11
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Im on telecoms 3gb plan, and every month i get 2 free days of downloading :D


thats right, 2 whole days of 1mb/s downloading. all for free


this is after 2 download days, i suspect ill be getting another 1 this month :D






Iv deletd the pictures, cuz i wna keep my unlim :D

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# 259979 1-Oct-2009 10:11
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DoucheBagz: Im on telecoms 3gb plan, and every month i get 2 free days of downloading :D


This would be something I'd keep to yourself, to be honest.

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  # 259984 1-Oct-2009 10:17
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ROFL I reckon.

"OH HAI!!!111 Imma in ur netwerk, consuming ur bandwidthz"

"Thankyou for letting us know. We will continue to let this happen."







 
 
 
 


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  # 259985 1-Oct-2009 10:19
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And here is to you getting back charged for admitting that you intentionally ripped off the system.

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  # 259988 1-Oct-2009 10:24
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freitasm: Two things... First: if you post it then expect to be fixed and you won't have it ;)

Second: you justify your "douchebagz" username by posting VERY LARGE pictures...


I did not want to go there... but since you have, your name spells out how smart you are by publicly announcing what you have done... on a forum that Telecom employees are known to read.



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  # 259989 1-Oct-2009 10:28
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i posted nothing about my account details, how the hell would they find me?? lol

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  # 259990 1-Oct-2009 10:34
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We have ways of finding you. Bwahahahah

If it was me looking I would just grep on the usage amounts you posted. Not that hard.




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  # 259993 1-Oct-2009 10:36
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evil telecom D:

why u so evil lol

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  # 259997 1-Oct-2009 10:40
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DoucheBagz: i posted nothing about my account details, how the hell would they find me?? lol


I may be alone here but I doubt anyone else on Telecom used EXACTLY the same amount of data EACH month for a WHOLE year.  And if you can get a summary of your usage, and you don't reckon Telecom could find it out (if they want to), then you really do live up to your name.  Maybe we should ask NealR what he thinks lol :)



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  # 260022 1-Oct-2009 11:08
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DoucheBagz: evil telecom D:

why u so evil lol

Evil Telecom for finding someone using a loophole to intentionally gain more data than they have paid for?

I'd go as far as saying you are stealing bandwidth intentionally, and Telecom has a duty to it's shareholders to close this off.

Evil you methinks.







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  # 260029 1-Oct-2009 11:14
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NealR: We have ways of finding you. Bwahahahah

If it was me looking I would just grep on the usage amounts you posted. Not that hard.


That only comes after 25 years of experience in the teleco industry? Cool

(anyone who doesn't get this joke, see NealR's blog...)

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  # 260073 1-Oct-2009 12:16
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Also don't think that those pictures are gone forever, I have them still cached in my RSS Reader. :P



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  # 260075 1-Oct-2009 12:17
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well dont share them with anyone ;)

lol

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  # 260088 1-Oct-2009 12:33
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And what did we learn from this exercise?





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  # 260095 1-Oct-2009 12:39
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not to post big pictures

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