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Standard User doleawg
(member) Sun 27-Jan-13 18:16:58
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Are Plusnet Bad? *DELETED*


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Standard User jelv
(knowledge is power) Sun 27-Jan-13 18:46:50
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Re: Are Plusnet Bad?


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What speed FTTC are you on at present?

jelv

Plusnet user since November 2001
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 27-Jan-13 18:48:14
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Re: Are Plusnet Bad?


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Swear filter evasion gets the hole post deleted, if you want to ask the question again without the * word that was in the last one, you are free to do so.

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Standard User doleawg
(member) Sun 27-Jan-13 18:59:39
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Re: Are Plusnet Bad?


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In reply to a post by MrSaffron:
Swear filter evasion gets the hole post deleted, if you want to ask the question again without the * word that was in the last one, you are free to do so.


The word I used isn;t actually a swear word?
Standard User doleawg
(member) Sun 27-Jan-13 19:01:02
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Re: Are Plusnet Bad?


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What speed FTTC are you on at present?


26mb. We used to get 3mb with ADSL, we live out in the country away from the exchange so 26mb is the best we can get. Quite happy with it and its very stable. Hence my question about whether moving to plusnet could actually effect the line?
Standard User jelv
(knowledge is power) Sun 27-Jan-13 20:02:59
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Re: Are Plusnet Bad?


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You should be fine. There has been an issue where people were initially provisioned on 40/10 instead of 80/20, but that wouldn't affect you and in any case it was corrected a day or two after their service activated.

jelv

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Standard User doleawg
(member) Sun 27-Jan-13 22:07:44
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Re: Are Plusnet Bad?


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In reply to a post by jelv:
You should be fine. There has been an issue where people were initially provisioned on 40/10 instead of 80/20, but that wouldn't affect you and in any case it was corrected a day or two after their service activated.


Cheers. yes I did look at 80/20 free upgrade a while back but was advised that on our line at present it would not be worth trying to upgrade.

So from what you are saying Plusnet is fine and can't bug...sort damage my line and on that basis I shall enrol tomorrow. Cheers
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Mon 28-Jan-13 09:49:00
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A general term expletitive is what it was.

Andrew Ferguson, andrew@thinkbroadband.com
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Standard User doleawg
(member) Mon 28-Jan-13 12:28:55
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Re: Are Plusnet Bad?


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In reply to a post by MrSaffron:
A general term expletitive is what it was.


MMmm, interesting interpetation of the word. Anyway not to worry, great website, got the answer I wanted. Order placed n Plusnet this morning.
Moderator billford
(moderator) Mon 28-Jan-13 12:46:36
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In reply to a post by doleawg:
In reply to a post by MrSaffron:
A general term expletitive is what it was.

MMmm, interesting interpetation of the word.
As MrSaffron implied, it's actually a general language filter for anything the site owners deem to be unacceptable, but "swear filter" is quicker to type tongue

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