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Old November 15th 17, 06:17 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.finance,uk.politics.misc
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Pusnet et al must include line rental when advertising
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https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.ph...broadband.html

Quuaaaackkkhhh....!!!

So how many *fscking* customers have been robbed of a fair deal
from buying pure fibre by krone tool master baiting
telecum trolls hiding line rental fees from customers?

A lot!!

Empires built on sand never last.

Fibre is immensely cheaper to install and uses
far less cable duct space than copper.

And yet by hiding the line cost of this copper, cumpanies
Bhtee, pusnet, openroach, offconn with revolving doors
et all have all colluded
to generate unfair competition against fibre companies
who charge in total less than line rental + broadband.

Pure fibre companies don't have noise problems,
and don't have high equipment costs because a $14 SFP
module is all that is needed to inject fibre signals
into a router from where they are managed
while ADSL requires hundreds of pounds per *fscking* customer
of equipment costs before it can be installed.

The City has been robbed of good telecom and low costs.
The share price of cumpanies like Bhtee are grossly
inflated because in terms of internet packets processed v share
price, the value for money is something like 1:20th of where
it should be. At this moment, the scrap value of Bhtee openroach copper is not
enough to pay for the potential shareholder losses.
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Old November 15th 17, 06:37 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.finance,uk.politics.misc
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Default Pusnet et al must include line rental when advertising

lid wrote:


Pusnet et al must include line rental when advertising
-----------------------------------------------------

https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.ph...broadband.html

Quuaaaackkkhhh....!!!


No one is listening to you



Then read the original pooost and weep:

Pusnet et al must include line rental when advertising
-----------------------------------------------------

https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.ph...broadband.html

Quuaaaackkkhhh....!!!

So how many *fscking* customers have been robbed of a fair deal
from buying pure fibre by krone tool master baiting
telecum trolls hiding line rental fees from customers?

A lot!!

Empires built on sand never last.

Fibre is immensely cheaper to install and uses
far less cable duct space than copper.

And yet by hiding the line cost of this copper, cumpanies
Bhtee, pusnet, openroach, offconn with revolving doors
et all have all colluded
to generate unfair competition against fibre companies
who charge in total less than line rental + broadband.

Pure fibre companies don't have noise problems,
and don't have high equipment costs because a $14 SFP
module is all that is needed to inject fibre signals
into a router from where they are managed
while ADSL requires hundreds of pounds per *fscking* customer
of equipment costs before it can be installed.

The City has been robbed of good telecom and low costs.
The share price of cumpanies like Bhtee are grossly
inflated because in terms of internet packets processed v share
price, the value for money is something like 1:20th of where
it should be. At this moment, the scrap value of Bhtee openroach copper is not
enough to pay for the potential shareholder losses.

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Old November 15th 17, 09:01 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.finance,uk.politics.misc
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Default Pusnet et al must include line rental when advertising



"7" wrote in message
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Pusnet et al must include line rental when advertising
-----------------------------------------------------

https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.ph...broadband.html

Quuaaaackkkhhh....!!!

So how many *fscking* customers have been robbed of a fair deal
from buying pure fibre by krone tool master baiting
telecum trolls hiding line rental fees from customers?

A lot!!

Empires built on sand never last.

Fibre is immensely cheaper to install and uses
far less cable duct space than copper.

And yet by hiding the line cost of this copper, cumpanies
Bhtee, pusnet, openroach, offconn with revolving doors
et all have all colluded
to generate unfair competition against fibre companies
who charge in total less than line rental + broadband.


and where are these fibre companies that will sell you a BB line with no
phone line?

tim



 




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