I go there a couple of times a year as my employers have a couple of rooms there.
Cups didn't appear to be an issue on my floor. :-)
90 posts • joined 3 Jun 2009
I'm on up to 24Mbps and it's at 18-20 which struggles to stream Netflix.
50Mbps is still slow and i'd called that average as I can get that speed just using 4G on my mobile phone at home and I'm talking rural North Cambridgeshire.
The town I lived in was upgraded to infinity 4 years ago but BT decided not to upgrade the cabinet in the town centre (they only non-infinity location in town)
And it's copper users who are paying for it.
I'm on a 16Mbit copper ADSL but 20 metres down the street, they get 80Mbits FTTC and they pay 2/3rds the price. And BT said they are not upgrading my address for the foreseeable future. (even though its the only cabinet in town that's left to upgrade)
If I get less bandwidth I SHOULD PAY LESS.
Ads on webpages on phones are very annoying they fill up the 5" screen and you need a pin to close them. Otherwise closing the ad with your finger you start opening up Google Play, or AppStore.
the youradchoices adverts tend to be particularly annoying. "remember that office chair you looked at 3 months ago?" , "no?" , "well here are more charis for you to look at"
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