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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

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Amie

it was the same in poland but after many conilapms to the Commissioner for Civil Rights Protection form customers our government decided that it's against the law and now you could have broadband without land line. of course you have land line but you pay only for broadband. just few minutes ago i was ordering bt broadband here in uk and i was shocked that they forced me to order land line so i'll have to pay 10.99 for something that i'm not going to use. it's 18.99 for option 3 broadband and land line for broadband should be included in this price. i think the problem here is that bt is a one big monopolist in uk so every single company is forced to use their existing cable network. what is heppening now they have money for your land line rental and i'm 100% sure other companys are paing them for using bt land line to provide you with broadband so bt is paid well, twice from you directly and from your broadband company (aol, tiscali, virgin etc). bt is afraid that they'll loose lots of money if you go for skype calls or other internet communication software that alowes you to call any number directly from the internet. i'm really surprised that there is no any big customers complain on bt to government or something sorry it's my egnlish, but you know what i mean. someone should say stop because it's like a stealing in a day light and everyone around looks happy with that.

Ryan

Quote: "Broadband 30.0 is being offered in areas where the bandwidth and demand are available. When 30.0 becomes available in your area, you'll hear from us."

Last time I called Insight I was told 30.0 was launched in a few markets then promptly removed due to issues. If there are markets with 30.0, which ones are they?

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