25 posts • joined Monday 18th June 2007 12:56 GMT
taking the piss?
Loved my 3GS to bits. It pretty much did what it said on the tin :)
Have now retires said phone and picked up the Galaxy Nexus - loving it so far (only had it 2 days though.
Is it me (OCD) or is the logo pissed?
poor workmanship - tut tut
FACT: I use mine for email all the time. Even better now Gmail does push mail.
Having put up with Win mob devices for so long, I find the iPhone a breath of fresh air.
That's how you survive being buried for three days............
hell of an analogy,
"Maybe you should read the manual instead of going to that nice man in the tyre shop..."
Oh yes, good idea, then go out and by the latest in laser alignment tech and do it yourself? I think not.
I agree you should know more about an item if you are going to use one, but the build your own car is a bit of a tall order. (I don't have the space or the money, but I do have the knowledge)..
great HW shame about the OS
I was waiting for this to be released, I was also following the progress through the media.
Glad I went for the iPhone instead. Loving every minute of it so far (3 weeks now). I will consider WM again once they've produced a decent OS.
Ex WM lover
Current iPhone convert
fanboy - just load ballancing
I have to speak up for VM. Signed up with the 18 months ago and haven't look back. It may well be pricey, but it's reliable and fast. (touch wood). I can't help thinking that had they been given a network much like BT, they would be in a better position today.
Only 1 fact counts for me, My BT line is cr4p and my VM line is great.
iirc, this is already in place commercially. This data is available (you have to pay for it), but that I know of, there are around 6 ISP's that already use it.
classic - thank you
about time too
I've no doubt this is going on. The EU doesn't need a MAC code as TT are applying for Phone service via MPF inseatd of WLR over SMPF. Working for another provider I came across this months ago, but nothing ever came of our complaints. (I guess the numbers have grown enough now for OFCOM to take an interest) Example: EU was happy with our BB and wanted to move his calls and Line Rental to TT. Instead of TT applying for WLR they would apply for the whole line (MPF). The first the customer would know of this is when they lost their BB. In truth, the MPF thing was new to alot of us at the time, even BT (Openreach) had only high level visablility of MPF which is why they couldn't help stop the takeover.
At the end of the day, TT are in the wrong as they should be applying fot the WLR, not MPF.