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jack8

Pro Member
Just an update I had a problem phoned them on sunday. turned out to be a Bt Fault on my line , to be fair Bt came out the next day and fixed it.
 

jack8

Pro Member
Hi there I have finally done it I upgraded to Fibre last tuesday and I am delighted, the whole process was so smooth and professional
 

AAuser27

Top Member
Hi there I have finally done it I upgraded to Fibre last tuesday and I am delighted, the whole process was so smooth and professional
Thanks for letting us know. I will be doing this soon so it's nice to see it all go smoothly
 

Weatherlawyer

ULTIMATE Member
You will not regret moving to Zen. You pay for what you get.
How much is it?
I am pretty sure aliens are the parasites uploading by the ton for selling on in Foreignville but there are any number of the home grown horrors too. The trouble is that foreigners are liable to moonlightflit when they lose the visa and leave owing as much as they can. Who can blame them OK Zen can. So they should finance UKIP while theykip. Not that the tory coalition will ever do anything nor with toryite socialism.

In fact if you trust any politician you are doomed!

38Mbpsdownload
up to
9.5Mbpsupload

50GB Download Usage
FREE ROUTER worth £60* why do I need a router you can get them on any car boot for a couple of quid. Besides I have the Virgin on complete with open access passwords and inability to get any sense from Virgin 150 or 151 helpless lines.

£30* activation. Will that include making sure I am happy before they leave?
£19.50/month* + £16.99/month* line rental
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36.49 +30 activation + 60 quid for a router why must I buy their router?
If I can manage with a 56GB cap (it is plenty even if I am careless) but I have got used to Virgin's so called uncapped.
It is a lot more. I think I am going to wait a bit. I may as well subsidise new customers regardless of where they are from rather than go with a firm that makes me subsidise foreigners and crooks.

I can just imagine the advice NewLook's new guest workers are picking up even as I make moderately non racist, honest enquiries:

"Get yourself a DVD burner straight away! In fact learn to use bit- torrent and send uploads by download when you are at work. Then when they kick you out get a bank loan and don't tell anyone when you are coming home."
 
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AAuser27

Top Member
How much is it?
I am pretty sure aliens are the parasites uploading by the ton for selling on in Foreignville but there are any number of the home grown horrors too. The trouble is that foreigners are liable to moonlightflit when they lose the visa and leave owing as much as they can. Who can blame them OK Zen can. So they should finance UKIP while theykip. Not that the tory coalition will ever do anything nor with toryite socialism.

In fact if you trust any politician you are doomed!

38Mbpsdownload
up to
9.5Mbpsupload

50GB Download Usage
FREE ROUTER worth £60* why do I need a router you can get them on any car boot for a couple of quid. Besides I have the Virgin on complete with open access passwords and inability to get any sense from Virgin 150 or 151 helpless lines.

£30* activation. Will that include making sure I am happy before they leave?
£19.50/month* + £16.99/month* line rental
Learn More

36.49 +30 activation + 60 quid for a router why must I buy their router?
If I can manage with a 56GB cap (it is plenty even if I am careless) but I have got used to Virgin's so called uncapped.
It is a lot more. I think I am going to wait a bit. I may as well subsidise new customers regardless of where they are from rather than go with a firm that makes me subsidise foreigners and crooks.

I can just imagine the advice NewLook's new guest workers are picking up even as I make moderately non racist, honest enquiries:

"Get yourself a DVD burner straight away! In fact learn to use bit- torrent and send uploads by download when you are at work. Then when they kick you out get a bank loan and don't tell anyone when you are coming home."
Is any of this serious OR were you high when you typed it?

Anyone else having a problem working out thf has been written here?
 

Captain_Cretin

ULTIMATE Member
I assumed he was high, he made several similar rambling posts at about the same time.

Ah, the power of snuff. ;)
 
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