* Posts by Greebo

5 posts • joined 3 Mar 2011

Oh UK. You won't switch mobile providers. And now look at you! £5.8bn you've lost

Greebo

Re: Goodbye Three

I think he means he was In the EE shop for a new contract, and calling Three to get his PAC to give to EE

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Brits don't want their homes to be 'tech-tastic'

Greebo

Re: Show me the money

I haven't needed to mow our lawn for about 2 years. Our lawnmowers constantly keep it short and tidy.

They're not particularly smart, and can't be connected to the internet, but that's rabbits for you.

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Valve responds to Half-Life 3 grumbles

Greebo
Joke

@Lockwood

Last time I checked, the "Gabe's so fat..." jokes had pushed the release date past the heat death of the universe

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BT fibre-to-the-premises trial takes 7 hours per install

Greebo

@Martin Gregorie

Over here in Newhall, most of the building on North Chase were pre-cabled with Sky and TV/FM sockets on the wall, provided by a underground cabling system from a shared dish/Aerial system somewhere on the estate. We get a full-strength signal on all signals, and rarely get any jitter. VM never got a chance to run any cables, and it's just as well. I've been bitter since they killed off RedTV.

Sadly, the broadband is utter tosh, we're lucky to get 2Mb, probably because we're so far from the exchange at Sainsburys. If BT wanted to put in FTTC here, I'd supply them as much tea and bacon as they could handle, but they'd have trouble finding space for a cabinet, as there's barely enough room to park!

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@Martin Gregorie

Over here in Newhall, most of the building on North Chase were pre-cabled with Sky and TV/FM sockets on the wall, provided by a underground cabling system from a shared dish/Aerial system somewhere on the estate. We get a full-strength signal on all signals, and rarely get any jitter. VM never got a chance to run any cables, and it's just as well. I've been bitter since they killed off RedTV.

Sadly, the broadband is utter tosh, we're lucky to get 2Mb, probably because we're so far from the exchange at Sainsburys. If BT wanted to put in FTTC here, I'd supply them as much tea and bacon as they could handle, but they'd have trouble finding space for a cabinet, as there's barely enough room to park!

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