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antigrav

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#11203 9-Jan-2007 15:49
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Well I have nothing, but there always seem to be a few people who will happily agree with the topic, so if they could please explain their position here, and perhaps not so much flame the majority of people who aren't happy with their connection.

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  #57345 9-Jan-2007 16:33
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Boo... that's not a constructive or useful post.




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  #57346 9-Jan-2007 17:04
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This thread will obviousy have no happy outcome so I'm locking it now.


 
 
 
 


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#57383 9-Jan-2007 19:28
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antigrav: Well I have nothing, but there always seem to be a few people who will happily agree with the topic, so if they could please explain their position here, and perhaps not so much flame the majority of people who aren't happy with their connection.


I doubt there is anyone "happy with bad broadband and just shutup". Everyone wants best services. But if people want fast broadband, and sign up for a plan with clear limits (or find about these limits later) then they should exercise their right by changing providers.

If other providers charge more for a service without the limitations, then it's clearly the laws of the market in action.

Now that this is clear, I agree this should be locked, because the point of this thread is moot and trollish.






 

 

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