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Andy Burns[_5_] Yesterday 05:45 PM
Andy Burns wrote: Martin Brown wrote: If you have Plusnet lookout for their new mobile phone SIM deal which gives double data cf EE will get a PAC today I think ... Queued the port up on friday to happen today, has all gone through OK,
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Graham.[_3_] April 18th 17 10:10 PM
In the last week or so Sipgate have introduced a requirement for newly created accounts, in addition to the normal email activation link, they must now be activated with a code sent by post, to the address registered for 999 purposes. You cannot make or receive calls until you receive and submit the code. Providing Sipgate an address for Emergency Services has been necessary for some time now,...
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Chris Green April 17th 17 06:19 PM
I have a venerable (well, it is quite old) Draytek Vigor 2820n router which has been load balancing our two ADSL lines quite happily for a few years. The 2820n has it's LAN set up on the 192.168.1.x subnet and the WAN connection was to a BT Home Hub3 on a separate subnet with the 2820n being 192.168.13.65 and the HH3 being 192.168.13.254. That worked fine and the 2820n did basic load...
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Chris Green April 16th 17 02:44 PM
I currently have two landlines both with ADSL which, with load balancing, gives me around 10Mb/s broadband. However we're getting FTTC which means one line will suffice. We'd like to keep the number on the second line, so:- Can I port the landline to VOIP? (It's on the Waldringfield exchange, 01473, if that's of any consequence) If I can port the number who can I do it with?
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Tim+[_2_] April 15th 17 03:41 PM
Our street is currently getting cabled by Virgin. We're currently on FTTP with Plusnet for BB and anytime calls but due to an intermittently bad line, I feel that our connection just isn't living up to my expectations. We have unlimited bb and seem to be be paying quite a lot for it. (40.97pm) I'm wondering about going with Virgin on a "broadband only" basis and using VOIP for calls on their...
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Adrian C November 30th 13 06:48 PM
Ordinarily I wouldn't touch either Sky or Talk Talk with a bargepole, but I'm trying to avoid some folks vunerable getting a TT YouView box and finding their existing TT broadband/phone contract extended and inflated because of that, when primarily they will just about be able to cope with the BBC iPlayer interface and the settings of TV guide recordings would confuse them. So, does that...
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