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  Reply # 282899 15-Dec-2009 20:28
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mortiis33: I specifically ASKED telecom when I signed up if Rapidshare was managed 'No,' the help time told me. That is what I am so pissed at. I mean, why lie?

All traffic is managed. The Telecom website says that. People at Telecom have said that.

My suggestion would be to simply move plans or ISP's. You've been complaining about Telecom's problems since the start of November. They aren't going to change their traffic shaping policies on the Big Time plan so if you're unhappy with the results your best option is to build a bridge and move on.

If you believe somebody at Telecom has mislead you there are processes to follow. Write a complaint to Telecom. If you're unhappy with the response complain to the Commerce Commission, Ministry of Cosumer Affairs or the TDR.

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  Reply # 282907 15-Dec-2009 20:43
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mortiis33: boby55 - care to send me a PM with that method?? I'd like to know how you do it!


Why?  because you have been a member here for less than a month and ALL your posts have been complaining about bigtime, if you don't like that much do as you said you were going to do..... MOVE.


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  Reply # 282962 15-Dec-2009 23:07
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I think this issue has been discussed out as far as it can without waffling on for many more pages, so I'm locking this discussion.

Feel free to PM me, freitasm or any of the other mods if you think this is wrong.

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