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Has anyone got this service, cheap 100Mbs services and voip.

 

Not available in my area for around 5 months, but as you guys say it as it is wondered if anyone had tried it yet.

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Excellent, you give them your phone number and postcode, and, rather than giving you the information you want,

get instantly told 'a rep will call you back within the hour'.

 

Superb, just what I wanted, my number being given away to more salesmen, without any indication that would happen.

 

The site looks **** too. I'd give them 6 months.

 

Also, LOL how they duck out of giving away ANY tech info whatsoever, keep using the phrase 'air fibre' and 'very fast'. Yeah.

http://www.6gbusiness.co.uk/6G-wireless-broadband-technology

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So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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Bit of a blast, I'm sure we did something about them for GCSE business studies!


So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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Same concept though, build a load of towers and deliver to the customer via radio. It was a spectacular failure in the uk although worked well abroad.


monitored-alarms.nsi-gold-approved.co.uk/

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Yes, I think basically it worked where the equivalent of BT hadn't got wires in first, or places where the wires were unmaintained 1930s

tat in a rougher state than Cliffs shredder...


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Also remember Hutchinson telecom and Rabbit?


Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.


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Yup - although thats more of an interesting story. Rabbit launched a year after the 1st 3 had failed, and in Japan / China the service only stopped a few years ago.

I think it did allow 2 way calls towards the end though.

 

http://www.cntr.salford.ac.uk/comms/telepoint.php


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Interesting read


Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.


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The cleanup team missed on as it was hidden on the roof above a major station...

 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/snappa2006/3147351231/

 

Lol at the block of plywood for the BT engs to fit their NTE5s


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no one has it already then  apparently Darwen areas have it available, I spoke to a rep via twitter and didnt need to give any numbers out also there form accepts  area code followed by zeros.

 

installations £40 and 17.99 a month for 100mb service and includes a voip phone line

 

Time will tell how it gets on.

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The 'checker' is just a plain old contact box with no intelligence other than getting hold of your number.

 

And they never called me, thank god.

 

By the way, just actually watched that ionica advert, wtf? Did they run out of money so soon they had to use 6th form

media studies entries strung together to make it?


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