BT's Openreach to build full-fibre internet 'like fury' after Ofcom move
18/03/2021 | news | technology | 935
Regulator Ofcom will not cap Openreach's fees for full-fibre connections for at least 10 years.
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18/03/2021 11:07:04 11 11
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BT - the worst telecom company i have never experienced else where
It's no co-incidence that Blooming Tossers has the same initials as British Telecom !! Removed
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18/03/2021 11:35:58 2 1
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And what was the police response when you reported the illegal activities?
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18/03/2021 11:42:37 29 115
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Move to a town?
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18/03/2021 12:27:56 11 6
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The reply was antagonistic (it is easy to be so online when there is no chance of having your face smashed in), but he has a point. Where you live is a choice and if you choose to live in a remote/lightly populated area, you shouldn't expect to have the same quality of services as a big city. It is economics of scale. That is also why public transport is less flexible in rural areas.
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18/03/2021 11:26:22 233 18
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Ditch HS2, turbo-charge full fibre rollout with £20 billion more funding, and save £80 billion+ from ditching a white elephant project.
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18/03/2021 11:37:28 27 19
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People like Bob are the perfect example of the problems of a capitalist society.
Companies charge you for 500mb, but you receive about 300mb if you have copper to your house. Why should we pay more to receive what we should already be getting??
Typical boomer mentality...
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