Re: But what was working?
Some calls, some of the time, didn't get through.
10 posts • joined 12 Apr 2010
Did Breivik go massacring people in the name of his religion? Because someone "insulted" his prophet? No, he did it because of his political/racist views, not his religious ones.
I'm sick and tired of terrorists' apologists bringing up Breivik each time a non-Christian nutjob commits an atrocity. And Breivik was one - how many of the other lot are there?
@AC 18:57 - Fred Goldstein was talking about visually impaired touch typists. How exactly are they going to learn to use a keyboard *totally* dependent on the user being able to see the keys?
Oh, and, shove your witless sarcasm up you back-end. That's where it belongs.
I've been with TT (Business) for about 2 years. In a rural area, I have about 4.5 Mbps, day or night. No fibre here. Apart from one night, when possibly BT were doing some work at the exchange, I have had no outage periods that I'm aware of, and I'm online 24/7. I watch streamed TV and download a fair lot - monthly bill, including calls, between £35-£40. I can't express an opinion about their customer service, as I've never had occasion to call them. I don't expect I'll be wanting to leave them any time soon.
I suspect their problem is with (one of) the accessories - the apple with a bite taken out of it. That is trademarked.
From the Telegraph article linked here:
"The action figure comes with a pair of black socks, some glasses, a leather belt, two apples (one with a bite taken out of it), a bar stool and a "One More Thing" backdrop."
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