7 posts • joined 13 Nov 2008
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"Any group bookings to London that day/s"
Wow... that's really suspicious. Sherlock couldn't do a better job...
That's not going to help. They don't have the infrastructure to support the current speeds.
I'm leaving them middle of March and really can't wait. It's easy to reach their limits without extensive file sharing or big downloads. Besides, I wouldn't notice whether they throttle me down or not. VM in my area is always dead slow in the evening. It seems that too many of my neighbours also use their 'service'. At least that's what I understand from the cryptic excuses their support drones come up with. The advertised contention rates are certainly not true where I live.
Only Linux. Well, it's a start, but...
...will they ever bother to release a nativeFreeBSD version?
I should trust Equifax with my personal data? They have difficulties to get my address right. It will be a cold day in hell before I voluntarily rely on them. Needless to mention that they hand out the data they already hold left, center and right without checking whether the company asking for it has any business with you. You think this will change when they get even more data?
Foyles just cancelled my order. They say they "the book has no distribution rights for the UK". Whatever that means, I would assume if there was a "lack of rights" it shouldn't have been in their catalogue in the first place. Anyway, I'm supporting Irish retailers now....
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