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Topic # 151466 26-Aug-2014 16:58
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I love you guys

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a very happy customer




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  Reply # 1116033 26-Aug-2014 18:06
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Good to hear - enjoy!




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  Reply # 1116041 26-Aug-2014 18:13
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I opened this thread expecting to see a rant - maybe I'm cynical!

Nice to see unsolicited positive feedback :-)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1116043 26-Aug-2014 18:15
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RunningMan: I opened this thread expecting to see a rant)


LOL - me too if I'm honest :-)




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  Reply # 1116047 26-Aug-2014 18:20
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FireEngine:
RunningMan: I opened this thread expecting to see a rant)


LOL - me too if I'm honest :-)



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  Reply # 1116052 26-Aug-2014 18:32
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Me three. Haha - for me I thought oh bugger what now..




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  Reply # 1116153 26-Aug-2014 22:45
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Very happy here also after watching an evening of BBC iplayer.
Thanks Orcon.



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  Reply # 1116154 26-Aug-2014 22:45
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Nah, today i just felt they needed some recognition that i am thankful for what they have done 




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  Reply # 1116160 26-Aug-2014 22:52
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Really?

Maybe I am an optimist.

I was expecting a feel good story even before clicking this thread.

Good feedback.





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  Reply # 1116161 26-Aug-2014 22:53
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Lyderies: Nah, today i just felt they needed some recognition that i am thankful for what they have done 


the question for me is, why have you waited so long to get access to Netflix etc?

you didn't need your ISP to give you 'global mode'.  
Hola, for example, does the same thing and is free.



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  Reply # 1116165 26-Aug-2014 23:13
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Unfortunately I was to lazy to sort anything out,

Not just that but fire engines done some dope thing for me lol




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  Reply # 1116185 27-Aug-2014 02:26
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Full marks to Orcon, although more hints on "what to do" with this new wizardry would be nice.  I had a go on Netflix just for fun and thought their  'first month free' worth a go. They want cc details upfront though... but there was a snag.  I ended up with a "please enter a valid Zip code" error. Guess the Dunedin '9024' wasn't good enough !

If it were possible to watch BBC World that would be pretty cool...



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  Reply # 1116247 27-Aug-2014 09:16
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ADKM: Full marks to Orcon, although more hints on "what to do" with this new wizardry would be nice.  I had a go on Netflix just for fun and thought their  'first month free' worth a go. They want cc details upfront though... but there was a snag.  I ended up with a "please enter a valid Zip code" error. Guess the Dunedin '9024' wasn't good enough !

If it were possible to watch BBC World that would be pretty cool...


I think the standard 91130 is what i used, spent maybe 4 hours of watching crap last night

I want to see if i can get onto the mexican origin to buy 75% discounted games




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  Reply # 1116292 27-Aug-2014 10:02
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I thought everyone used 90210, its the only US zip code I know.




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  Reply # 1116297 27-Aug-2014 10:15
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Hehe, I used to use that. Now I use my Youshop address and ZIP.

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  Reply # 1116322 27-Aug-2014 10:55
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Lyderies: Unfortunately I was to lazy to sort anything out,

Not just that but fire engines done some dope thing for me lol


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