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Reply # 17342 1-Aug-2005 12:37
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James_: Because Vodafone employ hot girls and I enjoy going in there for meetings. Also it would be difficult to persuade our client to swap all the hardware they already own. But mainly the former.
Fair enough!

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Reply # 17362 1-Aug-2005 17:18
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well there you go, a reason which is nothing about technology.

Muppet... the name suits you! Obviously you are a big Voda fan given that you advertise 'removing Voda Live! customisations'

Question:
'How to avoid Voda Optimiser Proxy'

Answer:
'Go with Telecom'


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 17414 2-Aug-2005 08:37
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hmmm...if the patient had a headache, Jama's cure would be to guillotine them....

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  Reply # 17416 2-Aug-2005 09:07
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Actually the question was how to Avoid the Vodafone Proxy while connected to Vodafone

Thus I stand by my statement your post was useless.

And yes, I hate Vodafone. But I hate Telecom equally.




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Reply # 17417 2-Aug-2005 09:12
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Well the guillotine was invented during the French revolution as a more humane way of execution. Hanging didn't always work and the axe often missed the mark causing excess pain and suffering.

If your ISP deliberately blocked ports and restricted what you could and couldn't do would you say that's 'ok' and put up with it or would you change ISP?

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