17 posts • joined Tuesday 11th August 2009 07:03 GMT
So after 13 years of continuous patches, it's still a horrible, bug riddled mess?
I'd never have known.
"With specs like those, the ZTE Open is hardly going to give the next iPhone a run for its money. "
It's not supposed to. Nor the Samsung S4, the HTC One etc etc that you forgot to compare it to.
They're still around then?
And there lies your problem...you're responding to it, verifying your address is valid and that you read and respond to Spam.
As such, your email address is more valuable and will be sold to other spammers.
Cue an ever increasing deluge of shite until you get another account.
I remember this lot were getting their wrists slapped when they were branded as NTL:Telewest, NTL, Telewest, United Artists, all the others. Goes all the way back. Regardless of the face they hide behind, their ads and their marketing are mostly lies. Most untrustworthy bunch to exist.
Good to see the ASA have deterred the cable cowboys from continuing in their misleading advertising. Almost 20 years on and the same bullshit being spouted. Business as usual.
Ban one misleading ad, they'll be out with another in a day or two.
So it's not unlimited texts at all. It's limited to 3000 per month.
Yet another blatant lie from Virgin Media.
ISPs, mobilecos and their ilk should be banned from using the word "unlimited" anywhere in their marketing.
770 borgs employed by The Gurgle?
770 of them? What are these 770 loompas paid to do? They don't respond to their customers, press releases or anything else. As far as I can tell all they do is write blogs, overhyping features that nobody can access.
I got tired of Google's arrogant attitude and went elsewhere to a service that actually works out the box, has support and doesn't have a two-faced Gerry Ratner at the helm.
Fuck 'em. They grew in the naughties, they sunk in the 10s. Pricks.
BT have pulled this line for years - where have you been?
Good riddance to Geoshitties. It won't be missed.
Good riddance to Yahoo too - it's demise is in the post.
For a long time now this worthless excuse for a company has behaved this way. Almost every service they created or bought was scaled back, infested with ads then deleted or closed. Once too often I have had to move all my work to a rival because they keep closing things down. Briefcase, Photos, Groups archives, on and on.
I've used various Google services for years and each one has become increasingly less reliable, more buggy, more broken. This trend has now attached itself to Gmail. Pity.
They used to have the punching power to give the top players a bloody nose. Not any more it seems. Oh well, it was good while it lasted.
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