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  Reply # 755813 4-Feb-2013 22:04 Send private message

I have 1 more question when i have vdsl do you connect your modem to the standard phone jack?

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  Reply # 755838 5-Feb-2013 00:08 Send private message

qubasiasty: I have 1 more question when i have vdsl do you connect your modem to the standard phone jack?

Yup, its just another DSL variant. Can't fix your punctuation though.




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  Reply # 755875 5-Feb-2013 07:57 Send private message

iam on my phone typing on it sucks so iqm cutting sentences

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  Reply # 756059 5-Feb-2013 13:13 Send private message

qubasiasty: iam on my phone typing on it sucks so iqm cutting sentences




We believe you now :D

Will you be getting regular DSL in the mean time while you wait for VDSL?





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  Reply # 756109 5-Feb-2013 14:53 Send private message

DravidDavid:
qubasiasty: iam on my phone typing on it sucks so iqm cutting sentences




We believe you now :D

Will you be getting regular DSL in the mean time while you wait for VDSL?


I will get standard ADSL until theres a free port. All from snap!

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  Reply # 756148 5-Feb-2013 16:29 Send private message

qubasiasty: One had a massive black cable coming inside the house


If that is your power mains, by regulation it must have a warning label stating that buried power cables are below.




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  Reply # 756357 5-Feb-2013 22:34 Send private message

could be that the warning is just worn off

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