5 posts • joined 17 Sep 2008
1800MHz Coverage in the North
I'm from the NE and I was one of the first to go to one2one when they came into our area. I have never had 1800MHz coverage issues and in many cases I found one2one/T-Mo better than Orange.
I now find out David Taraso is a CANADIAN, not a dumb American - thus should know better! It also appears he has spat his dummy out *without* the backing of JCXP.
Anyone fancy a #DownWithDavidTaraso topic on Twitter?
Well that's clever, let's remove all programs of a company who is based OUTSIDE the EU to have a complain at the EU's directive.
Oh there's another stupid American who can't work out that Norway seceded from the EU decades ago, so thinks it'll make an impact.
"Norrrr way? Is that like just outside of Dallas?"
Don't knock American Cars
You know, there's so many to jump on the slam the American car bandwagon, I have one (a 2007 Pontiac) and I love it - yes it corners, yes it works, no it doesn't gas guzzle even with a V6 and I find it as good as any car you can buy out there. Oh and it cost me less than £19k to get it on the road in the UK - try and find an equivalent here that won't cost you at least 1.5-2 x that!
The Volt looks great, and I expect that it'll retain the Chevy branding when it does eventually get here (suspect EU € will end up funding some of that), and by 2010 I think there'll be more recharging stations. But think of this too, when this car comes out, as it is primarily an electric vehicle - it'll get classified by those lovely people at DVLA as "Electric" - viz no Road Tax, no Congestion Charge - so roll on the Volt!
I remember this from the 90s!
I remember in our office we had a Tandon 386 system with the ejectable hard drive blocks... sure it's the same principle!
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