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  # 723389 27-Nov-2012 08:34
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Nice one!!

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  # 723392 27-Nov-2012 08:40
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lol




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  # 723487 27-Nov-2012 10:29
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How did you get that so accurate? ;-)

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  # 723489 27-Nov-2012 10:33
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lol Awesome

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  # 723647 27-Nov-2012 14:23
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And the worst part is that the opposite isn't true. I can't see my neighbours wifi ;)




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  # 723659 27-Nov-2012 14:48
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Luckily for me, my wifi coverage in the house is amazing. Also get 3 bars about 6 houses away on my phone lol.




 

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  # 723665 27-Nov-2012 14:57
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Why is that so?




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  # 724873 29-Nov-2012 20:32
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Cool
Now I know what to buy my neighbour for xmas!
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  # 724883 29-Nov-2012 21:01
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Time to move to the neighbours place. Laughing






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  # 724932 29-Nov-2012 22:35
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so ideally what you need to do is set up your wireless router in your neighbors house

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  # 725086 30-Nov-2012 11:55
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I agree with this picture entirely. I can see the neighbour's wifi behind our house and the school's wifi across the street but I can't get a connection to my own lounge room wifi from a bedroom through two walls as the signal is too weak.

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  # 725087 30-Nov-2012 12:01
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Brandonrnz: Luckily for me, my wifi coverage in the house is amazing. Also get 3 bars about 6 houses away on my phone lol.

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  # 725095 30-Nov-2012 12:20
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i think the problem is that most people use the routers given to them by the isp, which suck. if u go out and buy a decent one u shouldnt have this problem

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  # 725097 30-Nov-2012 12:23
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Stuff too close to wifi transmitter!!!




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