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4 posts • joined 24 Nov 2011

END OF THE WORLD IS NIGH: TalkTalk no longer worst ISP in UK

MrMister
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Ofcom have received more orange related calls recently because of oranges decision to withdraw free broadband for mobile customers.

I you are (were) on orange, and paying more than £30pcm they would gave you a basic broadband package for free. They decided to withdraw it mid-contract, and many people were quite rightly unhappy.

Orange set up a special department to deal with the complaints, but would flat out refuse to budge on anything.

However, if you rang them up and quoted an ofcom complaint reference number, they would instantly do a u-turn and re-instate your 'free' broadband, that you are paying for as part of your mobile contract.

There is a huge thread about it on moneysavingexpert.com and this is what has swayed the ofcom complaints figures recently.

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Watch Smarter: video guide to... optical disc drives

MrMister

Anyone else see the irony that the Bluray movie was 'Ultraviolet' and the operation system upgrade was Vista.

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Thanksgiving menaced by virus-laden fake iTunes vouchers

MrMister
FAIL

@eulampos

Why do you think this malware might be triggered just by opening the body of the message ? The article clearly says the payload it attached as an archive.

I appreciate that you are an obvious anti-MS troll, but the last MS email client that would execute script in a preview window was probably outlook express 5.

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MrMister

@eulampos

Why do you think this malware might be triggered just by opening the body of the message ? The article clearly says the payload it attached as an archive.

I appreciate that you are an obvious anti-MS troll, but the last MS email client that would execute script in a preview window was probably outlook express 5.

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