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Standard User m0aur
(member) Sun 04-Sep-11 17:16:56
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Re: Giving Plusnet a Try!


[re: Zadeks] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by Zadeks:
Tell me how ISP email is superior to 3rd party webmail.
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Well for a start numbskull, you don't have copies on your machine when things go tits-up.


Edited by m0aur (Sun 04-Sep-11 17:17:22)

Standard User Zadeks
(committed) Sun 04-Sep-11 17:17:27
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Re: Giving Plusnet a Try!


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#1 They don't believe in their service. Quality ISPs have 1-3 month(s) contracts.
#2 Broadband is moving fast. Signing an 18 month contract is suicidal.
Standard User Zadeks
(committed) Sun 04-Sep-11 17:18:35
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Re: Giving Plusnet a Try!


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Of course you can. Plenty of webmail providers support POP3/SMTP & IMAP.


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Standard User m0aur
(member) Sun 04-Sep-11 17:20:37
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Re: Giving Plusnet a Try!


[re: Zadeks] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by Zadeks:
#1 They don't believe in their service. Quality ISPs have 1-3 month(s) contracts.

Length of contract has nothing to do with quality of service, but plenty to do with bias.
#2 Signing an 18 month contract is suicidal.

So is being trappy in my manor!

Standard User m0aur
(member) Sun 04-Sep-11 17:22:40
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Re: Giving Plusnet a Try!


[re: Zadeks] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by Zadeks:
Of course you can. Plenty of webmail providers support POP3/SMTP & IMAP.

Of course they do, and plenty don't ··· But that doesn't mean I am going to be told what to do by a halfwit.

Standard User Zadeks
(committed) Sun 04-Sep-11 17:22:52
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Re: Giving Plusnet a Try!


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Why not offer a 1 month contract if the service is awesome? Why prevent customers from leaving if they're unhappy?
Standard User Zadeks
(committed) Sun 04-Sep-11 17:24:14
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One would probably avoid a webmail provider without POP3/SMTP & IMAP. One has plenty of choice with webmail but not with ISP email.
Standard User cheshire_man
(fountain of knowledge) Sun 04-Sep-11 17:25:57
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Define superior, especially in the context of what the user actually wants.

Tony
Standard User cheshire_man
(fountain of knowledge) Sun 04-Sep-11 17:26:43
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Indeed, met them many times through the years in one guise or another.

Tony
Standard User m0aur
(member) Sun 04-Sep-11 17:28:18
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Re: Giving Plusnet a Try!


[re: Zadeks] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by Zadeks:
Why not offer a 1 month contract if the service is awesome? Why prevent customers from leaving if they're unhappy?

As I said, you have to have a line somewhere, so what the hell does length of contract really mean, surely a service that just works is what we really want, and so far, I sadly have not found that outside the expense of BT.

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