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News   News : Could NTL users be in trouble?
   posted by bugg on 9-Feb-2003 2:54:20 (1631 reads)
According to this report C/O the BBC NTL users will be limited in their bandwith even though it is advertised as an unlimited service. As you may have guessed this may be just a slight set back for the broadband industry
    

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DaveyD 
Re: Could NTL users be in trouble?
Posted on 9-Feb-2003 9:07:14
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Oh great! Just when I was starting to like NTL


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Re: Could NTL users be in trouble?
Posted on 9-Feb-2003 10:34:17
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Naughty NTL...they surely are getting more stupid by the day.


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Re: Could NTL users be in trouble?
Posted on 9-Feb-2003 12:11:39
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ARGHHHHHH!
It should really affect me tho.
If something is bigger than say 100Mb i wont download it unless i really do need it.


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Re: Could NTL users be in trouble?
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Wonder what happens when you exceed the limit, do they cut you off till the next day, or add the cost to your bill


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Have a looksee here.....

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pay a little visit to the forums.


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More forums! *sigh*


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LOL!!!!!!


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i was thinking of getting NTL aswell.

grr does these things happen just as i want them.


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ihave just read the news feed and i think it is bloody awful, I priously thought NTL to be a great provider but that has changed my opion of them.


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