Re: A revolver?
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Great .... now my BOFH is gonna think im about to go postal :)
16 posts • joined 28 Jan 2008
no different to what hitoori were doing via their hosted number service 20 years ago. both mobile and landline would ring, time set diverts, txt activated diverts to where ever nearest landline was, and voice mail straight to email. Are they that desperate for R&D cash to re-launch failed ventures of the past onto the cloud to fail again. :/
BT offered 3 times your allowance if you were in the vicinity of a home hub / fon / openzone hotspot.
Alas, shity handset & wifi chewing thru your battery & the inabiliy to get realtime call allowance checks as the x3 multiplier couldnt be verified ... and a clear drop off between wifi & cellular made it a crappy white elephant in my experience.
Why would they need a divi from the shares?
Have you seen the increase in value over the last 2 years? ... Makes for a portfolio busting return.
I still wouldn't buy their shyte, but their shares mmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
11 Any move for production of an ID card to be a condition of a public service which is within the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament would require authorisation by an Act of the Scottish Parliament.
The act says if the scots dont want it, they dont pass the act !
Revenue raised by UK taxes. Total government receipts are forecast to be £516.4 billion in 2006–07
Scotland raises 12.8% of all UK taxes & that is £66 billion pounds
Scotland gets £8,623 per head (Barnett formula)
Scottish Population 5,062,011
PER HEAD x POPULATION = £43 billion pounds to run the country
SCOTLAND IS BEING SHORT CHANGED BY £23BILLION PER YEAR
WHO IS SUBSIDISING WHO?????????????
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