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#61348 14-May-2010 16:35
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"Dear Telecom,

Thank you for your recent review of the Big Time speed caps. They rock!

Yours,

Cybergangster"

I'm a man of few words. But the revised speed caps on Big Time over the last 2 weeks are much more usable and compelled me to speak up. Usenet, torrents and http downloads are all coasting in at a reasonable speed. Definitely still capped, but oh so much more usable. To top it all, I've no complaints about web browsing speeds. And being half-Brit, not having a moan is a very unique experience.

That is all. Smile

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  #330652 16-May-2010 16:45
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+1 Good to hear some positives about Big Time.

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  #330670 16-May-2010 17:20
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Yes agreed the plan is working good enough for our uses now, easily the best value plan in the country for heavy usage.

 
 
 
 


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  #330736 16-May-2010 21:31
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Good to hear - i might start recomending it to customers again.




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  #332666 20-May-2010 22:05
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think you might want to change the wording on the letter a tad




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  #332667 20-May-2010 22:10
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vinnieg: think you might want to change the wording on the letter a tad


Dear Telecom

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWaLxFIVX1s

That is all.

From
A loyal Big Time customer.

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#332908 21-May-2010 13:04
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Frown
The Big Time Plan has been withdrawn, no longer available and existing users need to change plans.

You will receive a letter over the next 6-8 weeks detailing your options.
My last 12 months usage;
175267
227212
173242
114612
78836
20492
18683
51540
47518
62636
57879
39386
It was fun while it lasted


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  #332968 21-May-2010 14:41
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Mooseboy:
vinnieg: think you might want to change the wording on the letter a tad


Dear Telecom

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWaLxFIVX1s

That is all.

From
A loyal Big Time customer.


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